Imagine living on earth during a time when there was no electricity. A time with absolutely the bare minimum of any type of light pollution and just pure night time darkness. A time that when the sun set, a celestial showcase revealed a blanket of studded diamonds, twinkling in the night with splendor beyond belief. […]
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Many of us relish over the idea of driving out in the country at night to lie in the middle of a field and gaze up into a dark sky filled with stars. Unfortunately, this is now considered a rare experience. Gazing at the stars is not just always outside the door, stargazing now requires […]
“Waste not the smallest thing created, for grains of sand make mountains, and atomies infinity” –Eric Knight Light pollution interferes with night time viewing in a spectrum of ways. Light pollution casts limitations to not only astronomers but ecologists and other scientists as well.