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A setback for dark sky in Colorado’s Wet Mountain Valley

Dark-sky proponents in Colorado’s Wet Mountain Valley suffered a setback when planning commissioners reject definition of light pollution that would limit intensity of LED and other lights.
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Preserving the dark skies of a Colorado mountain valley

Dark skies are good for the pocketbook and arguably good for the soul. So why is Colorado’s Wet Mountain Valley arguing about whether to preserve them? Continue reading

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Loveliest sight is actually overhead at the Black Canyon

University of Utah’s Bettymaya Foot makes the case at Black Canyon of the Gunnison that light pollution is not inevitable, but rather a result of poor design. Continue reading

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