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Refers to the brightening of the night sky by artificial light sources, which can negatively impact flora and fauna and people’s health. Light pollution can come from various sources: Street lighting, Floodlighting of public buildings and landmarks, Illuminated commercial signs and advertising, Light from homes.

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