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Are the stars out tonight ?

The resource explores the increasing urbanisation of the planet and the effects of growing light pollution on its inhabitants. It also highlights some of the valuable remaining Dark Skies sites in the UK and elsewhere.

This resource is produced by
Brendan Conway, Notre Dame School, Cobham
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