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Astronomy magazine podcast: International Dark-Sky Association

Bob Gent of the International Dark-Sky Association explains what you can do to save the night sky.
Light pollution above Quebec City
Jay Ouellet imaged this conjunction from Quebec City, Canada, February 23, 2005.
Jay Ouellet
August 16, 2007
Light pollution deteriorates public health, affects the ecosystem, wastes energy, and, of course, blocks the night sky. Leading the fight against the encroachment of light pollution is the International Dark-Sky Association (IDA).

In this week's show, Bob Gent, president of the IDA's board of directors, provides tips on what you can do to save the night sky.

After you listen, e-mail us here and let us know what you think.

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