City Streetlights, Even Stoplights, Blink a Bright Red and Green
Not only are Christmas lights bright enough to see from space, they also give NASA clues about who heads home for the holidays and who stays put. Satellite data shows that in the US, “nighttime lights shine 20 to 50 percent brighter during Christmas and New Year's” compared to the rest of the year. Lights increase especially in suburban areas, where people tend to celebrate ...
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