Pervasive light pollution prevents most Americans from seeing the night sky. As Carl Sagan and others have recognized, a clear view of the night sky can encourage curiosity, promote cooperation, and increase the respect we have for our planet. It’s time we open our cities to the universe.
COSMOS: Climate Change and Land Use Controls
COSMOS. The updated version of the classic Carl Sagan miniseries has generally been welcomed with open arms by anyone with any interest in space. The show is a great introduction to science and history for […]
Want to See the Milky Way and Live in the Eastern Time Zone? Good Luck
Though America’s population has shifted more and more towards the west coast over the past hundred years, the east coast is by far the most populous area of the country. Forty-seven percent […]