People always say that moss prefers to grow in (moist) dark, dappled, shady, or otherwise low-light conditions. Strictly speaking, I don't believe that's the case. I think in a natural environment it generally tends to appear that way; mainly because constant, full sunlight will typically consist of significant amounts of UV & IR radiation, in addition to visible spectra.
Even more significant (I think) is the implied rate of water/moisture evaporation, that moss is sensitive to.
My hypothesis is that moss (if kept moist), grown indoors, under a bright LED light, isolated from harmful UV & IR radiation, should thrive.
My question is twofold: a) Do you agree; and if so: b) Will moss grow better under these conditions 24/7, or 12/7?