Falchi et al, Science Advances; Jakob Grothe/National Park Service, Matthew Price/CIRES/CU-Boulder. Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-06-milky-hidden-one-third-humanity.html#jCp Light pollution now blots out the Milky Way for eight in 10 ... Sott.net, 1 month ago
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