Today we travel to a future where darkness is a thing of the past.
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- Dr. John Barentine — director of public policy at the International Dark Sky Association
- Rebecca Boyle — science journalist
- Dr. Lucianne Walkowicz — astronomer at the Adler Planetarium
- Dr. Sara Pritchard — historian at Cornell University
- What is light pollution?
- 80% of World Population Lives Under Skyglow, New Study Finds
- The end of night
- The Dark Side Of Light
- How you can help fight light pollution
- The Night Sky Will Never Be The Same
- Starlink press kit
- As SpaceX Launches 60 Starlink Satellites, Scientists See Threat to ‘Astronomy Itself’
- SpaceX says 12,000 satellites isn’t enough, so it might launch another 30,000
- How to spot the SpaceX Starlink satellite train overhead this week
- The man who turned night into day ← (Brian Merchant’s piece about Znamya)
- SpaceX will test making Starlink satellites less shiny to appease angry astronomers
- Elon Musk’s SpaceX has a plan to deploy up to 30,000 new satellites — and Morgan Stanley says it could cost as much as $60 billion
- Estimate of Starlink impact on different countries
- On (not) seeing artificial light at night: Light pollution or lighting poverty?
- The Trouble with Darkness: NASA’s Suomi Satellite Images of Earth at Night
- Epilogue. Field notes from the end of the world: Light, darkness, Energy, and endscape in polar night