Many of the world’s leading amateur astronomers, dark-skies advocates and solar science experts are gathered at a joint meeting in Tucson this weekend, and the public is invited to experience their talents and hardware. Read more»
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Globe at Night, which promotes the value of dark skies, set a record in 2010 with more than 17,800 measurements of night sky light pollution. The program teaches about the impact of excessive artificial lighting on local environments, and the ongoing loss of a dark night sky as a shared natural resource. Read more»