About The End of Darkness
"Anytime somebody comes up to a telescope, they ask a question like 'which is further; that star or the moon?'... they really don't know".

In our increasingly light-polluted world, what does it take to glimpse a truly dark night sky? This beautiful documentary short takes a look to the skies in the search for a truly dark night-time view.

Credits: New Yorker
Produced by: Sky Dylan-Robbins
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