Too bright to see

October 24, 2003

The photograph accompanying "Night light hinders UK astronomers" ( THES , October 17) was not an example of light pollution that prevents us observing the night sky but a perfect image of the Milky Way and its dense starfields. Light pollution means we often cannot see such views.

Emma Nicholson
School of Physical Sciences, University of Kent (Canterbury)

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