Light Pollution is a man-made problem and has led to many environmental issues globally. Sky glow as it is referred to, is the scattering of light in the atmosphere. A mass of light from a city reflects into the sky; for example, New York City would be a prime candidate for light pollution because of its densely populated area and the amount of light people use. In urban cities you cannot see the stars; the sky does not naturally darken. Unless you’re in a rural and less populated area of the country, the wonder of the universe is not right in front of your eyes. It effects the environment because the light being used is out of proportion for its need. It is a massive drain of resources and the energy being used is mostly going to waste.
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