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Astronomers want you to help them count the stars this Valentine's Day

CBC.ca Friday, 14 February 2020
In an effort to better understand the loss of the night sky due to light pollution, astronomers are calling on star-lovers and romantics to enjoy a night under the stars — and give them a helping hand.
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