Light pollution is an ever-growing problem that is blocking out the night sky in major cities, obscuring all but the moon and a few bright stars and planets. Bob Parks, executive director of the International Dark Sky Association joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss what can be done to combat this growing problem.
Things are not looking up for dark-sky watchers
The sad truth is that the current bunch of us will be the first in the history of the planet to go most or all the way through life failing to grasp our place in the universe. Because we simply have never seen it.
By Ron Judd
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David Ingram, chapter leader of the Northwest section of the International Dark-Sky Association (Darkskies Northwest), spent seven weeks in Glacier National Park volunteering his time to show visitors a night sky they may not be able to see at home.
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