While most astronomers are concerned about light pollution, members of the Solar Extreme Dark Sky Association (SEDSASS) have focused on one of the most frequently overlooked, but most prevalent, sources of light pollution: our own sun. “While most astronomers are only too aware of the negative impact of urban light pollution,” John Stellaris, SEDSASS executive […]
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