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How many stars can we still see? - The starlight wiki

First Berlin-measurements Feb to early March 2009. Horizontal line: value for full moon in zenith

How many stars can we still see?: Simple naked eye sightings of the Little Dipper or Orion serve to determine the quality of the world's night skies.

Lightmeter: A network of newly-developed, low-cost lightmeters starts the global continuous monitoring of artificial night sky brightening (light pollution). Previously know as Luxmeter

40 days of measurements at Tautenburg; non-stop from 26th Sept. to 7th Nov. 2008.

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21:07, 2. Apr. 2009 GuentherWuchterl

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