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When Night Becomes Day: Light Pollution and the Loss of Our Night Sky

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When Night Becomes Day: Light Pollution and the Loss of Our Night Sky

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80% of children in the United States may never see the Milky Way Galaxy. In this week's Athenaeum, Dr. Jennifer L.B. Anderson, a professor in the Geosciences Department at Winona State, outlines the causes of light pollution and the effects a vanishing night sky has on our connecting to the stars. [season 1, episode 4]

Publication Date

11-1-2016

Publisher

Darrell W. Krueger Library

City

Winona, Minnesota

Keywords

Light Pollution, Milky Way, Winona State University, Stars, Astronomy, Stargazing, Safety

Department

Library

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WSULIBATH_Athenaeum_S1E4_NightBecomesDay

When Night Becomes Day: Light Pollution and the Loss of Our Night Sky

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