A Colorado town goes dark to let the Milky Way shine bright
In many cities across the country, artificial light is making it more difficult to see stars in the night sky. Reporting for Sunday TODAY, NBC’s Harry Smith travels to a small town in Colorado where residents are putting covers on lights in order to let constellations light up the sky.
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