I have written about how light pollution is reducing our enjoyment of the night sky. I have not written about how to determine night sky quality.  There are fancy gadgets (meters) that can tell you about night sky brightness and then there are more subjective measures — your eyeballs.

We’ll start with your eyeballs; they are old school but valuable.

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