GET OUT AND OBSERVE THAT NIGHT SKY!
According to first reports from Globe at Night's (GaN) Connie Walker @
NOAO, there have been at least 8 reports from Seattle area observers.
Since the 21st of February there have been three good viewing nights
and gear up now for the next break in the clouds. GaN is a great
opportunity to encourage areawide citizen and family science with a
hands-on learning activity outside of the classroom and to gather
light pollution data from an international perspective. Owners of the
new Unihedron Sky Quality Meters, SQM-L can monitor and report their
observing sites' light pollution/ sky brightness to GaN and to
Unihedron with precision.