City of Neon: Hong Kong light pollution
HONG KONG LIGHT POLLUTION WORST IN THE WORLD
From the South China Morning Post: “In the world’s largest light pollution study, scientists collected more than five million brightness measurements at 18 monitoring stations over the past three years. They used an instrument known as a Sky Quality Meter installed on roofs. The worst reading was at the Space Museum in Tsim Sha Tsui from 8.30pm to 11pm, which was 1,200 times the International Astronomical Union standard.” More of the article: http://bit.ly/ZtROak [Image via SCMP]
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