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Park City to install light fixtures to reduce light pollution
« on: December 27, 2017, 02:22:29 PM »

Park City hopes a new initiative to make the stars more visible will encourage tourists to stay in the area overnight.

The plan to replace the city’s streetlights with LEDs outfitted with fixtures that reduce light pollution began with a Warren Rural Electric Cooperative Corp. pilot program to study the impact of LED lights.

... --- Click here for full article at BG Daily News ---
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Re: Park City to install light fixtures to reduce light pollution
« Reply #1 on: December 28, 2017, 12:40:33 PM »

Park City hopes a new initiative to make the stars more visible will encourage tourists to stay in the area overnight.

The plan to replace the city’s streetlights with LEDs outfitted with fixtures that reduce light pollution began with a Warren Rural Electric Cooperative Corp. pilot program to study the impact of LED lights.

... --- Click here for full article at BG Daily News ---

that's what's up

whole world should go this way so we can enjoy stars again!!
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