Nightscape, our award-winning quarterly publication, provides current news about IDA and night sky protection and in-depth articles on IDA programs, light pollution issues, and protecting the night sky.
Nightscape is a member benefit. New issues are mailed to IDA members in the USA and made electronically available to all members globally at the same time. When the subsequent issue publishes, the previous issue becomes available to the general public online here. Members can choose to receive the publication electronically in lieu of a mailed copy.
Current Issue: Nightscape #106 · December 2021
We are delighted to bring you the digital version of the December 2021 Nightscape magazine, which includes:
- “Who owns the night sky?” about the light pollution problems from satellite megaconstellations
- Letter to the Editor
- Photo feature
- 2021 Annual Awards
- Meet a member: Patrizia Bortolin
- Advocate highlights & 20 years of International Dark Sky Places
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You can also download Nightscape #106 · December 2021 (PDF).
Nightscape is a quarterly magazine and a member benefit. New issues are mailed to IDA members in the USA and made available to all members globally at the same time. When the subsequent issue publishes, the previous issue becomes available to the general public online.
- Winners of the 2021 Capture the Dark photo contest
- A new Meet a Member feature on Roger Craig Smith, IDA advocate and astrophotographer
- Advocate highlights from around the globe
- 2020 Impact Reports and Financials
- + more
In this spring edition of Nightscape, we highlight some of the great work being done in the UK to combat light pollution and share some dark sky books by British authors that should be on your reading list. We also share some chapter highlights, new International Dark Sky Places, and a short history of light pollution guidance.
IDA 2019 Annual Report
IDA 2018 Annual Report
IDA 2014 Annual Report
Catching the Cosmos
IDA 2013 Annual Report
IDA Celebrates 25 Years
Night Sky Road Trip
Observing Light Pollution from Air and Space
Observing Light Pollution
Aoraki Mackenzie & NamibRand International Dark Sky Reserves
Parks and Protected Areas
The City Dark
The World at Night
The World at Night