Here’s what’s in the night sky during International Dark Sky Week

ORLANDO, Fla. – Dark skies are quickly becoming harder to find as light pollution expands. Light pollution is any artificial light that is not needed.

International Dark Sky Week aims to bring attention to the movement to bring better lighting to communities around the world.

Shielding to target the light, using lower light and motion sensors help to control light pollution. #DarkSkyWeek stargazing tips: Find a safe dark place near you, let your eyes adjust to the dark, and enjoy!

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