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  1. RASC Designates North Frontenac Township, Ontario as a New Dark Sky Preserve
  2. La piste des étoiles canadienne
  3. Island a star of dark skies
  4. Hi-tech Dark Sky lights on the way
  5. Ireland gets first Dark Sky Reserve
  6. Rules To CurbLightPollutionAdvanceOneCity And Park At A Time
  7. Southwest Kerry area receives dark skies designation
  8. Shining Star: Dripping Springs Conquers Light Pollution
  9. DÉCLARATION SUR LA DEFENCE DU CIEL NOCTURNE ET LE DROIT À LA LUMIÈRE DES ÉTOILES
  10. Starlight Reserves and World Heritage scientific, cultural and environmental values
  11. Wood Buffalo National Park’s Dark Sky Festival
  12. German astronomers fight for dark sky preserve
  13. Enjoy wonders of the night sky at Sequoia National Park – pdf
  14. The Royal Commission on environmental pollution – Artificial Light in the Environment – pdf
  15. Northumberland’s Dark Sky Park bid
  16. Kielder set for European dark sky success
  17. How the ‘pristine darkness’ above a national park the size of Switzerland became the largest dark sky in the world
  18. Will Sedona join dark skies club?
  19. Star Spy: Bowls of sky
  20. Northumberland seeks dark sky status
  21. Eifel National Park Designated the First International Dark Sky Park in Germany
  22. George Tucker The Olympics’ First Tropical Luger and Namib dark-Sky creator
  23. Yancey home to southeast’s first designated International Dark Sky Park
  24. 22 spots for spectacular starry skies
  25. Earth Notes: Measuring the Night on the Colorado Plateau
  26. arashant National Monument Receives International Dark Sky Status
  27. View from Mars Hill: Year of the Night Sky celebrates Flagstaff’s dark sky heritage
  28. Grasslands National Park The Darkest Dark Sky Preserve in Canada
  29. Wild lands protect diminishing dark skies
  30. New Zealand turns its gaze to starry-skied Kerry
  31. Beverly Shores named world’s seventh Dark Sky Community
  32. The Darkest Parks in the U.S.
  33. DARK SKIES: THE BEST PLACES IN THE CAROLINAS TO SEE THE STARS
  34. Kerry’s night sky: ‘It’s like a punch in the stomach’
  35. Reclaiming the night
  36. Tibet plans night-sky conservation zone
  37. IDA Designates Sedona, Arizona, the World’s Eighth International Dark Sky Community
  38. Two Texas Parks & Wildlife Properties Achieve International ‘Dark Sky’ Status
  39. Germany’s Rhön Biosphere Reserve Named World’s Ninth International Dark Sky Reserve
  40. La 1e réserve internationale de ciel étoilé est au Québec
  41. A tourism body has welcomed a study showing the economic benefits of the UK’s only Dark Sky Park in Galloway
  42. Hovenweep National Monument Named World’s NewestInternational Dark Sky Park
  43. Sedona, Arizona, the World’s Eighth International Dark Sky Community
  44. The magical mystery of dark Sark
  45. Dr. Schramm Receives Chamber’s Night Sky Friendly Business Recognition Certificate
  46. Old 300 Bar-B-Q Honored with Night Sky-Friendly Award
  47. Lights go out in South Downs as it seeks Dark Sky status
  48. Mont-Mégantic SkyNews dark sky column – web extras
  49. DECLARATION ON THE USE OF BLUE-RICH WHITE LIGHT SOURCES FOR NIGHTTIME LIGHTING