Forum for Illumination Research, Engineering, and Science (FIRES)

Category: Measurements and Calculations, Sky Glow
By Ian Ashdown, Senior Scientist SunTracker Technologies Ltd. Nighttime light pollution is sadly familiar to all of us. While our grandparents and great-grandparents may talk fondly of seeing the Milky Way in their youth, with thousands of stars scattered across the dark summer sky, we are mostly content with seeing a few dozen stars through the never-ending dusk of urban and suburban skies.
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