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The Dark Night Returns

Researchers say 80 percent of North Americans live in areas where light pollution blots out the night sky.  Central Idaho officials are proposing the first International Dark Sky Reserve in the United States.  Anthony and Jeff discuss seeing stars, and whether it is worth curbing light pollution.

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