Where have all the starts gone?

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New research analyzing over 50,000 observations discovered that due to growing light pollution, we see fewer and fewer stars in the sky as the years pass. The night sky is getting brighter by 7% each year, meaning that if you see now 250 stars in the sky, in 18 years you will only see 100 stars.

 

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