Star Count data backs up picture of a divided Sussex
- National Park and AONBs enjoy some of the country’s best dark skies
- Urban areas in Sussex are deprived of the stars
- Nearly 90% of citizen scientists in Sussex experienced light pollution
Star Count 2023 results published today (April 27) have reinforced the picture of a divided Sussex when it comes to enjoyment of the night sky – and the disruption of light pollution.
While Sussex has some of the best dark skies in areas like the South Downs National Park (SDNP) and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs), in urban areas we are deprived of the stars
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