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During the International Dark Sky Week we were incredible fortunate to have Michele Bannister join our community evening and talk about satellites and the work being done to control our … Read more
The brilliant night skies above Kaikōura are on track to becoming an International Dark Sky Reserve, in a bid to save the town’s endemic native seabird.
There are unlimited resources if you’re interested in learning more about how to enjoy the night sky and how you can protect the night sky.
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Device Blue Light Filter – Twilight – makes your device screen adapt to the time of the day.
Blue Light Filter
Measure the night sky brightness – Globe at night – An international citizen science campaign which invites you to measure & submit you night sky brightness observations.
Globe at Night
Identify Stars in the Night Sky – Star walk 2 ads+ – astronomy guide to explore the night sky day and night, identify stars, constellations, planets, satellites, asteroids, comets, ISS, Hubble Space Telescope and other celestial bodies in real time in the sky above you. All you need to do is to point your device to the sky.
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