Starlight being eroded, say astronomers

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  1. Starlight being eroded, say astronomers


    The public's "right to starlight" is steadily being eroded by urban
    illumination that

    is the bane of astronomers everywhere, says the International
    Astronomical Union.The

    body, which wrapped up an 11-day general assembly in Rio de Janeiro
    that attracted

    galaxy-gazers from around the world, argues that authorities should
    use more

    unobtrusive lighting in cities and towns.Such moves would not only
    free up the night

    skies to make for easier viewing, but also promote environmental
    protection, energy

    savings and tourism, it said in a resolution.



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