Science educator to address light pollution at “Dark Sky” talk
Rob Weber Preserving the wonders of the night sky by reducing light pollution will be the focus of a Monday, August 7 discussion and “happy hour” event in Louisville. Science educator Racheal Peake will discuss the detrimental effects of light pollution on our environment, wildlife, and people’s well-being.
The talk is presented by the Kentucky Academy of Science in collaboration with Louisville Underground Science.
The event is open to the public. There is no admission charge. Attendees will have opportunities to purchase food and drink and are welcome to stay after the talk to enjoy the gathering of science enthusiasts. One guest will receive a door prize, a book entitled “Dark Skies: A Practical Guide to Astrotourism.”