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Oil Boom Means Sky Watchers Just Get Stars, Lite

"It's getting harder to see the stars in North Dakota's Theodore Roosevelt National Park, and it's due to flares, drilling rigs and all the lights from the Bakken oilfield. Since 2010, scientists with the National Park Service have measured a 500 percent increase in the amount of anthropogenic light there — no other national park in America has seen such a rapid increase in light pollution." More Info: #FullNewsAudioAvailable #NPR


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