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Can Your City See the Milky Way?


 

Can Your City

See the Milky Way?

 

 

 

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Can Your City See the Milky Way?


 

Can Your City

See the Milky Way?

 

 

 

Artificial light at night (light pollution), is quickly washing out the light of our stars and hiding them from our night sky, but pictured above, our Milky Way galaxy can still be seen shining over the city of Sedona, AZ. Why? They have preserved their dark, starry skies by using amber dark-sky lighting, a solution easily available and affordable to all cities. What is dark-sky lighting? Find out here!

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We Can Do It


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We Can Do It


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dear Readers,

Thank you so much for being here. Light pollution affects us all. It doesn't matter your religion, political affiliation, or ethnicity. We are all sharing this beautiful planet together, and we all have a right to look up and marvel at an awe-inspiring, starry night sky. We have been robbed of something precious and sacred that up until the past two centuries, has been admired by all people. 

Please take 2 minutes to watch the beautiful trailer of "Saving the Dark" by Sriram Murali, below, which perfectly states what I wish all people knew--that we *can* reclaim our night sky! It will take all of us speaking up to our cities, asking for amber dark-sky lighting, and we must act fast, as new, even worse lighting, white LEDs, are currently being chosen. Please share and take advantage of the resources on this website, and join the race in saving our stars! Together, I believe we can do it!

Sarah

Saving Our Stars

 

80% of the world's population can no longer see the Milky Way. What do we lose when we lose sight of the stars? Excessive and improper lighting robs us of our night skies, disrupts our sleep patterns and endangers nocturnal habitats.