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Russian Satellite Will Be Brighter Than Stars and Planets

Astronomers are already pretty upset about all of the ground light humans are generating that brightens the night sky and forces them to put telescopes on the tops of mountains or in space to escape the star-hiding glare. Now they’re about to get even madder. Russia is set to launch a crowdfunded satellite that is... Read more »
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