Students today may know less about the Milky Way than those in the past. That is because this milky band of light in the sky, the partial view of Earth's galaxy that is visible from Earth, can only be seen in very dark areas. Light pollution has made it difficult for people in cities to see the Milky Way. The city of Pittsburgh is trying to solve this problem, so people can once again look up in wonder at the starry night sky. Listen to hear how Pittsburgh is reducing light pollution and how their effort may impact young people.
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