Dark Skies 

Light from the proposed Rosemont Mine could cause problems for Southern Arizona observatories

In more-innocent times, presumably unruffled by notions of light pollution, some thoughtful soul photographed a bulldozer paused in its task of carving a road up the side of Mount Hopkins, in the Santa Rita Mountains south of Tucson. Leaning against that dozer,…

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