Global light pollution is still increasing....

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Brian
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Global light pollution is still increasing....

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...in spite of the hopes for LED lighting to help lessen it.

This topic was aired on today's national news programs and by Sky and Telescope on their website:

"The lost LED revolution"
http://www.skyandtelescope.com/astronom ... ncreasing/
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Re: Global light pollution is still increasing....

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The current NEW SCIENTIST also carries an article about the problem of increasing light pollution, especially in some developing countries.
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