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Open Thread 3: Dark Vermillion Skies — 1 Comment

  1. Amateur astronomers here in the light-soaked Chicago area often flee downstate on weekend trips, but finding suitably dark skies has been getting harder and harder. I am glad to learn of dark-sky activism in the Danville area—the more so because of my family connections: my mom, two aunts, and an uncle attended Danville High in the 1940s. Good luck!

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