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ALAN Conference Series

ALAN 6 will take place from 16-18.06.2020 in Lleida, Spain.

Night Sky Data to the People!

A new website presents citizen science data

Touring Exhibition

Our touring exhibition with 15 posters can be borrowed for events!

'Loss of the Night' App

The 'Loss of the Night' app measures sky brightness! Take part in a world-wide citizen science project that measures star visibility and light pollution. The app is free!

City Night Time Lapse

This growing collection of time lapse videos of nights in urban centres provides insights how city lights change throughout the course of the night

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Associate Partner

The following organisations are associated partners of the research group "Loss of the Night". They are not involved in subprojects, but instead support the research with their specialist knowledge, legwork and pictures.


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Dark Sky - Initiative against light pollution

The Initiative Dark Sky is an expert group of the association 'Vereinigung der Sternenfreunde'. 'Vereinigung der Sternenfreunde' is the largest supra-regional association of amateur astronomers in German-speaking areas that regularly reports on astronomical events and news from the scene. The expert group Dark Sky wants to clear up the light pollution problem and tries to give advices on how to use artificial light ecologically friendly without missing out on comfort and safety.

Leader of the expert group is Dr. Andreas Hänel.
Further information are available here.


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University of Kassel - Department of English literature
As part of the research association "loss of the night" the department of English literature examines how "light" and "darkness" are perceived in the literature and how society experience artificial lighting. 

contact persons of the  IfAA are Mrs. Prof. Dr. Susanne Bach and Mr. Dr. Folkert Degenring.