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Orange Clouds - Light Pollution on Zaplana Observatory

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Orange Clouds - Light Pollution on Zaplana Observatory

Unfortunately there are just few people in our little country that care about light pollution and the results are obvious... we can just dream about thoe days when skies were dark and thousands of stars were visible....

Panorama by Gregor Kervina
www.gregsi.com

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