I am working on a geoengineering/space infrastructure project and part of that includes the possibility of using oxygen mined from the moon (specifically lunar regolith) to cause ballistic objects to spin spreading particles in a loose shield to reflect sunlight. The material would all be collected back on the moon which would intercept the orbit of the material. However, as ozone is just 3 oxygen atoms that connect together in the presence of sunlight, would releasing clouds of oxygen in a way that pushes the clouds together allow the formation of O$_3$, even temporarily?
If this would work, would O$_3$ free-floating in very loose clouds in space help deflect solar radiation at all?
This is part of a larger project to create targeted shading effects to produce a limited risk effect on the earth like regrowing ice sheets. There are a lot of reasons for people to find this project silly but all the research I have done continues to support it in new and interesting ways and any concerns people have raised so far have theoretical solutions. So please don't take time to simply criticize without providing meaningful feedback.