Useful Links

Globe at Night |

International citizen-science campaign to raise public awareness of the impact of light pollution by inviting citizen-scientists to measure their night sky brightness and submit their observations to a website from a computer or smartphone.

TedX Talk by Bettymaya Foott, Changing the World at the Speed of Light

Clear Sky Chart |

Astronomers forecast showing at a glance when, in the next 48 hours, we might expect clear and dark skies for one specific observing site.

NASA Blue Marble Navigator |

Satellite maps of Earth showing how bad light pollution is where you live and around the world.

Light Pollution

Map of lighting on Earth with overlays using data from 2010, 2014, 2015, 2016 and user SQM data.

Needless |

Free simulations, animations and posters raising awareness about light pollution.

Dark Sky Map |

Discover and share the best places to observe the night sky, powered by our community.

Dark Sky Discovery Sites |

Where is your best local place to see the stars? It could be closer than you think…

Dark Sky Lighting |

Ideas, advice and lighting fixtures that are approved for responsible lighting at night.

Britain By Night |

In Britain by Night, photographer Mark McNeill has captured a huge variety of night scenery and skyscapes that show both natural and man-made Britain in a new light

Commission for Dark Skies |

The CfDS is one of the UK’s leading anti-light-pollution campaign groups, who have been leading the cause for improving our night skies for decades.

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