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    Stargazers Work to Reduce Light Pollutioni
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    October 16, 2013 8:54 PM
    One of the life’s great wonders is a starry night. But as artificial lights turn city streets and neighborhoods as bright as day, it’s getting harder to see those stars. That has astronomers, politicians and stargazers looking for ways to reduce light pollution. From Boulder, Colorado, Shelley Schlender reports

    Stargazers Work to Reduce Light Pollution

    Published October 16, 2013

    One of the life’s great wonders is a starry night. But as artificial lights turn city streets and neighborhoods as bright as day, it’s getting harder to see those stars. That has astronomers, politicians and stargazers looking for ways to reduce light pollution. From Boulder, Colorado, Shelley Schlender reports


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