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Skyglow Berlin

Skyglow Berlin

Die Beleuchtung der Nacht ist eine der dramatischsten, menschengemachten Veränderungen auf der Erde. Die künstliche Erhellung des Nachthimmels wird Skyglow, Himmelsleuchten, ge...

Berlin Science
PhD Christopher Kyba
PhD Christopher Kyba
5,265 €
5,000 € Funding goal
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01/15/2016, 02:18 PM Anonymous
Unser Projekt war bei Elektrischer Reporter von ZDF berichtet, und ist hier zu sehen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kls0fHJ31a8&list=UUCSD1j3m04kcl6e7oEt0-ZA [English: Our project was featured on German TV, and the clip is available at the link above]
01/15/2016, 02:18 PM Anonymous
Lieber Skyglow Berlin Unterstützer, Es gibt eine Neues Projekt auf sciencestarter.de das manche von Ihnen vielleicht toll finden würde. Ziel ist die Nachthimmel alle zu zeigen, egal ob sie behindert oder klein sind. Mehr Info finden sie hier: http://www.sciencestarter.de/sternwarte-sankt-andreasberg Beste Grüße Christopher
01/15/2016, 02:18 PM Anonymous
We are partway through the 1st observation period for the Skyglow Berlin project, and we finally got a nice clear night for the students to make observations! The attached image shows some of the measurement locations which have already been submitted (I wonder if some of the students will submit their data tomorrow instead of tonight? It's a school night after all!) You can explore the data yourself with this map: http://www.globeatnight.org/map/ And everyone who's interested can contribute by doing naked eye observations of Orion through the GLOBE at Night program: www.globeatnight.org/ The current measurement period lasts until February 28. (It might be the case that some cloudy sky measurements have already been logged - I think they wouldn't appear on the GLOBE at Night map pictured above.) One additional interesting thing has come up - some of the Skyglow Berlin meters might be temporarily used for a campaign to map the skyglow of Leipzig in March. This is still in the planning stages, so we'll see...
01/15/2016, 02:18 PM Anonymous
Click der Link zum lesen / Click "beitrag ansehen" to read my blog post [English below] Heute hatte ich meinen ersten Schulbesuch! Es hat wirklich gut geklappt, und die Schüler waren sehr sehr freundlich. Wir hatten sehr gute Diskussionen, und der Lehrer glaubt, dass die Schüler ein großes Interesse an dem Projekt haben. Eine Schülerin hat mir gesagt "Ich habe gedacht, es wird mir heute langweilig, aber es war doch interessant", was, wie ich finde, das beste mögliche Kompliment ist! Montag geht's weiter in der nächsten Schule. Es gibt 4 Bilder insgesamt im Blog: http://www.sciencestarter.de/skyglowberlin/blog/ Leider aber keine Bilder von den Schülern, wegen Jugenddatenrechtssorgen. Danke nochmals für Ihre tolle Unterstützung. =============== Today was my first day visiting a school! It went really well, the kids were super engaged and asked a ton of excellent questions. I think they had fun, and the teacher told me that he thinks that based on their reaction they are really excited about the project. One of the students told me that she expected today to be really boring, but she ended up really enjoying it. I think that's the ideal compliment! There are 4 other photos of me on the blog: http://www.sciencestarter.de/skyglowberlin/blog/ Unfortunately, there's no photos of the students because I would have had to get their parents permission to post them. Thanks once again for your very generous support! On Monday I go into the second school, and soon the students will start taking data.
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
I was very happy with how engaged the students were! Right from the very start, they had lots of questions and comments (I think I'm trying to come up with an answer to one of many very good questions in this photo).
01/15/2016, 02:18 PM Anonymous
Ein Reporter hat Interesse am Thema "Wissenschaftler in der Klasse", und war auch dabei. Als wir fertig waren, hat er ein paar von den Schülern sowie den Lehrer interviewt. Die Sendung kommt erst im Sommer.
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
Since I was going into a grade 10 math class today, we spent quite a bit of time talking about logarithms. (The scale that the light meter uses is logarithmic.)
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
The SQMs arrived a day or so before Christmas! They will soon be distributed to the schools, as well as to the lucky Unterstützer who are chosen to be project members! Of course, everyone else can take part using either: Naked eye and the internet: http://www.globeatnight.org/de/webapp/ Naked eye and an android phone: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cosalux.welovestars an iPhone: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/dsm-lite/id626796278?mt=8
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
Dear Skyglow Berlin supporters, I just wanted to let you know that the SQMs have been ordered, and they are on their way. In the end, we were able to purchase a few more SQMs than we had hoped for, 27 in total! One has already been shipped to a supporter from Canada who made a contribution of more than €200 Euro and therefore got automatic selection as "mitmessender Unterstützer" as a Dankeschön. In the next week or so we will do the draw to determine the other supporters who will receive one of the SQMs (using the website random.org). My plan is to distribute 5 SQMs to 4 schools in Berlin and Brandenburg, and divide the remaining SQMs among the 100 Unterstützer. I recently met with teachers from the schools, and I will be going into the classrooms in early 2014. I had thought that I would meet with the students during break time, or perhaps after school, but I'm actually invited into the classroom to be part of the curriculum! In one school, the project will be introduced as part of a section on sustainability, and in another school I will come in during the Math class when the students are learning about logarithms (the mag/arcsec^2 scale used by the SQM is logarithmic). Needless to say, I'm very happy about the enthusiasm of the teachers, and the innovative ways they have come up with to integrate the project into classroom learning. As promised, the names of supporters who contributed at least €10 have been listed on my website: http://userpage.fu-berlin.de/~kyba/skyglow_berlin_english.html If you contributed at least €20 and would like your name to link to a URL, then please send me an email specifying the URL I should link to. Thanks again for your support, the project wouldn't have happened without you!
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
Dear Skyglowberlin supporters and fans, Tomorrow evening we're going to hold our first "Flashmob für Wissenschaft" in Berlin. The idea is to get as many people as possible together in the exact same place at the exact same time to make sky brightness measurements, and then compare how similar their observations are. This will help us to interpret such observations from around the world. I could really use your help to make the event a success! Please share this link on Facebook: http://lossofthenight.blogspot.de/2013/10/flashmob-for-science.html And if you're on twitter, please RT this tweet: https://twitter.com/skyglowberlin/status/385043063476727808 Of course, if you're in Berlin, I would really love it if you could come! All the details are available in the blog post I linked to above. I'm sorry there's been such a delay in sending out the Dankeschöns, I plan to get them out very soon. I am going to delay on the posters, though, because a colleague is visiting from Spain, and we hope to be able to produce a map of Berlin in color, and I think it will be even more impressive than the B/W one. I am meeting with teachers from three schools next Thursday to draw up the instructions for the students. Best wishes from Berlin, Christopher
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
Wir haben es geschafft! Heute Abend haben wir das Ziel von 5000 Euro durch einen großzügigen Beitrag der Astronomischen Gesellschaft e.V. überschritten! Wir freuen uns sehr, dass das Projekt jetzt starten kann, und fühlen uns durch Ihr und Euer Vertrauen sehr geehrt. In einigen Tagen werde ich einen Blogbeitrag mit Dank an die vielen Personen verfassen, die uns in verschiedenen Phasen der Kampagne unterstützt haben. Wir haben noch 24 Stunden, um weitere Unterstützungen zu sammeln - jeder zusätzliche Euro hat jetzt einen Effekt, weil die Kosten der Lichtmessgeräte mit der Anzahl abnehmen. Bitte erzählen Sie Ihren Freunden und Kollegen über Skyglow Berlin - die Unterstützungsphase endet um Mitternacht am Mittwoch Abend. And for all of our amazing supporters from English speaking countries, particularly my friends from U of A and UPenn... We did it! This evening we reached 5000 Euro, with a major contribution from Astronomische Gesellschaft e.V. taking us over the top! We're very excited that the project will go forward, and honored that you've placed your trust in us. In several days, I will write a blog post to thank the many people who gave us an important boost at different stages of the campaign. We still have 24 hours remaining to continue to collect contributions - each additional Euro now has an added effect, because the price of the light meters declines as the purchase order rises. So please tell your friends and colleagues about Skyglow Berlin - it ends at midnight (Berlin time) on Wednesday!
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
We're down to the final few days, and both the media coverage and contributions have picked up dramatically! Here are some recent publications about the project: Berliner Abendblatt (page 5): http://www.abendblatt-berlin.de/fileadmin/pdf_archiv/KW_27/Charlottenburg_vom_06.07.2013.pdf Couch FM: http://couchfm.org/artikel/173 RWE Stiftung: http://rwe.com/blogs/rwestiftung/2013/07/05/weist-du-wie-viel-sternlein-stehen/ There was also an article about our app in Bild der Wissenschaft, but unfortunately it didn't cover Skyglow Berlin. We had five new contributions before lunchtime today, so hopefully the trend to more frequent contributions is going to continue!
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
Lieber Unterstützer, Es ist die letzte Woche der Finanzierungsphase für Skyglow Berlin und wir haben 44% zusammen. Mit dieser Email wollten wir euch darauf hinweisen, dass wir in der nächsten Woche noch Updates über das Projekt auf unserem Projektblog schreiben werden: http://www.sciencestarter.de/skyglowberlin/blog So wird Chris am Samstag in Halle einen Science Slam halten: http://www.sciencestarter.de/skyglowberlin/blog/?bid=18059 Es gab auch viele Artikel und Blogs über Skyglow Berlin in den letzten Tagen: Astronews - http://www.astronews.com/news/artikel/2013/07/1307-006.shtml Stern und Weltraum - http://www.sterne-und-weltraum.de/alias/lichtverschmutzung/skyglow-berlin-jetzt-mitmachen/1199894 ScienceBlogs - http://scienceblogs.de/frischer-wind/2013/07/03/die-letzte-woche-lauft-sponsoren-fur-skyglow-berlin-gesucht/ Es würde sehr helfen, wenn ihr euren Freunden und Verwandten von diesen Artikeln erzählen könntet, oder sie per Email, Facebook oder Twitter teilt. Wenn ihr dieses Wochenende Freunde oder Familie trefft, erzählt ihnen von unserem Projekt, denn eure persönliche Einstellung ist tausend mal mehr wert als die Artikel oder Blogeinträge! Noch einmal vielen Dank für eure großzügige Unterstützung, ohne euch könnte dieses Projekt nie Wirklichkeit werden! Christopher Kyba & Annette Krop-Benesch
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
Am Freitag Abend um 22 Uhr mache ich ein Science Slam in Halle als teil der BMBF Wissenschaftsjahr 2013. Eintritt ist kostenfrei. Ich rede (auf English) über Licht in der Nacht und Demographie. Zum Beispiel, das Problem von Blendung für altere Autofahrer, unser neue Leben ohne Dunkelheit und ohne Verbindung zu den Nachthimmel, und warum Wecker ungesund sind. Ich würde mich Freuen, Sie da zu sehen! 5 Juli, 22 Uhr Franckesche Stiftungen zu Halle Freylinghausen-Saal Franckeplatz 1 06110 Halle www.francke-halle.de Mehr Info: http://www.scienceslam-im-wissenschaftsjahr.de/regionalwettbewerbe/ost-i.html
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
There's a new blog post about Skyglow Berlin up at ScienceBlogs: http://scienceblogs.de/frischer-wind/2013/07/03/die-letzte-woche-lauft-sponsoren-fur-skyglow-berlin-gesucht/ Christian Reinboth, who wrote the post has also featured Skyglow Berlin in the past, here on his company's blog: http://harzoptics.wordpress.com/2013/05/03/wissenschafts-crowdfunding-als-attraktive-form-der-offentlichkeitsarbeit/ And here at the start of the project on ScienceBlogs: http://scienceblogs.de/frischer-wind/2013/04/11/lichtsmog-forschung-im-crowdfunding-experiment/ Thanks Christian!
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
Diese Frage stellte mir vor Kurzem eine Journalistin vom Deutschlandradio. Eine klare Antwort konnte ich ihr nicht geben. Nur daß wir wissen, daß der Wechsel zwischen Licht und Dunkelheit eine wichtige Rolle für unsere Gesundheit spielt. Wie wichtig diese Rolle ist, und welche Auswirkungen zu helle Nächte haben, kann zur Zeit niemand sicher sagen, denn dazu fehlen Daten. Helft uns, diese Daten zu finden! Unterstützt unser Projekt Skyglow. Das volle Interview könnt ihr euch unter diesem Link anhören: http://www.dradio.de/dlf/sendungen/forschak/2154152/ Viele Grüße Annette
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
Daniel Fischer hat ein Beitrag gemacht für den Interstellarum Newsletter! http://www.oculum.de/newsletter/astro/100/90/1/191.univ3r5um.asp#7
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
Irgendwie habe ich das Email vergessen zu kopieren in das Blog post von 25.6. Hier ist sie: Subject: Mitfinanzierer für Bürgerwissenschaftsprojekt gesucht! Liebe Kollegen, mein Kollege Christopher Kyba von der FU Berlin plant ein Forschungsprojekt mit SchülerInnen in Berlin und Brandenburg: http://www.sciencestarter.de/skyglowberlin Aber er braucht noch Ihre Unterstützung, damit das Projekt wahr werden kann. Das Ziel des Projektes ist es, die Himmelshelligkeit in bewölkten Nächten an Hunderten von Orten in Berlin und Brandenburg zu messen. In der Nähe der Städte sind bewölkte Nächte hunderte oder tausende Male heller als zur Zeit der Evolution des Lebens. Es wird angenommen, dass diese Änderung großen Einfluss auf Ökosysteme hat. Die Daten, die die SchülerInnen sammeln sollen, werden benötigt, um globale Modelle der nächtlichen Lichtglocke über Städten zu kalibrieren. Schüler eignen sich besonders dazu, diese Messungen vorzunehmen, weil sie über die Stadt verteilt wohnen und so an vielen verschiedenen Orten gleichzeitig messen können. Über einen Zeitraum von mehreren Monaten können sie so eine Karte mit außergewöhnlicher Auflösung herstellen. Die SchülerInnen erwerben so erste Erfahrungen mit wissenschaftlicher Forschung und Wissen aus den Bereichen Ökologie, Städteplanung, atmospärische Physik und Nachhaltigkeit. Das Projekt kann jetzt bei sciencestarter.de, Deutschlands neuer Crowdfunding-Plattform für wissenschaftliche Projekte, finanziell unterstützt werden. Beim Crowdfunding unterstützen Einzelpersonen sie interessierende Projekte mit einem kleinen Geldbetrag. Wenn der Zielbetrag des Projektes erreicht wird (in diesem Fall 5000 Euro), dann kann es realisiert werden. Falls der Minimalbetrag nicht erreicht wird, findet das Projekt nicht statt und das Geld wird den Unterstützern automatisch zurück erstattet. Crowdfunding funktioniert nur, wenn Tausende über das Projekt bescheid wissen. Sie können Sich unter http://www.sciencestarter.de/skyglowberlin über das Projekt informieren. Wenn es Ihnen gefällt, können Sie es noch bis zum 10. Juli selbst unterstützen oder anderen über Facebook, Twitter, usw. davon erzählen. Mit freundlichen Grüßen
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
The student campus magazine of the FU produced an article about light pollution and the Skyglow Berlin project! Here is the link: http://www.furios-campus.de/2013/06/17/zuruck-zur-nacht/
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
The WiD team was at the FU last week and produced this short video about crowdfunding - and in particular about the Skyglow Berlin project. Last week I was at a conference about light at night where the focus was entirely on the humanities - history, literature, light festivals, public surveys, economics, among other themes. It was an extremely interesting conference for me, particular the history of urban lighting. In the USA, the first systematic lighting was actually done using candles! Each house was supposed to put a candle outside. But because it was so expensive, and so much work to keep the candles going, the city changed the rule to a lit candle every sixth house, and the other five neighbors had to contribute towards the cost of keeping them going. The other thing that I found very interesting was that in the earliest phases of city lighting, they had detailed schedules for when to light based on lunar cycles - when the moon was out the streetlights weren't needed! Last weekend the (super) full moon was bright enough to cast my shadow in Stralsund, but Berlin is so bright I almost never see my moon shadow here.
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
I'm very excited that today we officially passed 1000 Euros! We still have a long way to go, but there's almost three weeks left, and I'm confident that together we're going to make it. I'm also very happy to tell you that we were featured today on FactorN: http://www.faktorn.de/lichtverschmutzung-skyglow-berlin-crowdfunding/ Thanks to all of our new supporters, there's no project without you!
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
We were featured on Scilogs yesterday! Please help us out by sharing the link via Facebook, twitter, etc. http://www.scilogs.de/kosmo/blog/himmelslichter/lichtverschmutzung/2013-06-17/sciencestarter-unterst-tzen-sie-skyglow-berlin We are very close to reaching 1000 Euro. I hear that financing tends to take off once projects reach 33%, so if you are planning on making a contribution eventually, please consider making it today! Today the group from w.i.d. was here to film a bit about the project, so I'm looking forward to seeing their video!
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
Last week we published a paper in the open access journal Scientific Reports, titled "Citizen Science Provides Valuable Data for Monitoring Global Night Sky Luminance". You can read the paper online here: http://www.nature.com/srep/2013/130516/srep01835/full/srep01835.html The paper shows that data collected using the meters that we will provide the students in the Skyglow Berlin project is extremely useful for testing skyglow models. In the paper we tested the only worldwide model of skyglow and showed that it slightly overestimates skyglow in the middle of big cities. The data that the students collect will be used to refine skyglow models, and researchers from around the world are looking forward to analyzing our data. But we will only get the data if the project reaches its goal, so please talk to your friends about the project and ask them to take part both by making a contribution and further publicizing the project!
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
Annette and I have been working very hard at publicizing the new Verlust der Nacht app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cosalux.welovestars It was featured as one of the top apps of the week by The Guardian, and by several other online app reviews! It's now been downloaded over 5000 times and I've been working on programs to analyze the data. In the next week we'll be interviewed about the app and the Skyglow Berlin project by RBB and Deutschlandradio Kultur. The link featured above shows some of the many places around the world the app has been used. It's currently full moon time, and the next good time for getting moon-free data will be May 27-June 9. Unfortunately, in Germany we are far enough North that there won't be astronomical darkness again until after the summer solstice.
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
I presented the Skyglow Berlin project at the Famelab Germany final in Bielefeld. Unfortunately I didn't win the competition, but the audience seemed to like the talk!
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
Gerade eben, frisch aus der Entwicklung, ist die App „Verlust der Nacht“ herausgekommen, die Chris und ich zusammen mit der Firma Cosalux entwickelt haben. Die App ermöglicht mit einem Android Smart Phone die Helligkeit der sichtbaren Sterne an einem Ort zu bestimmen und darüber die Himmelshelligkeit zu messen. Da die App kostenlos ist (sie wurde vom BMBF finanziert), kann jeder Interessierte sie einfach ausprobieren. Die Daten werden anonym an GLOBE at Night geschickt. Wer also jetzt schon Lust auf Citizen Science und Sternezählen hat, kann die App hier herunterladen: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cosalux.welovestars. Dann brauchen wir nur noch eine klare Nacht und los geht’s!
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
Liebe Fans, es ist soweit, unsere Finanzierungsphase hat begonnen. Bitte unterstützt uns weiterhin! Finanziert uns, erzählt anderen von unserem Projekt, teilt es auf Facebook, Twitter oder euren Websites und helft uns, möglichst viel Geld für Messgeräte zu sammeln. Viele Grüße, Annette & Chris
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
Wir haben es geschafft! Wir haben 50 Fans gefunden, und das in nur 5 Tagen! Ganz herzlichen Dank an Euch/Sie alle. Ungefähr am Ende der Woche werden wir in die Finanzierungsphase wechseln. Bitte unterstützt uns weiter und erzählt anderen von diesem Projekt. Denkt daran, je mehr Geld wir zusammenbekommen, desto mehr Schulen (und Unterstützer) können an dem Projekt teilnehmen. Also rührt die Werbetrommel für uns. Ihr könnt natürlich auch gerne selbst etwas spenden, denn jeder Cent ist willkommen. Wenn Ihr Schulen in Berlin und Brandenburg kennt, die Interesse daran haben mitzumachen, oder wenn Sie selber Lehrer oder Eltern sind, freuen wir uns, von Ihnen zu hören. Wir können nichts garantieren, aber vielleicht kann Ihre/Eure Schule ja am Projekt Skyglow Berlin teilnehmen.
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
I'm currently at the first ever conference on light pollution theory, modeling, and measurement, in the Slovak Republic. I've told lots of other researchers about the Skyglow Berlin project, and they're excited about it too! Highlights from the first two days: Improving lighting fixtures in a small city in Quebec, Canada, saves $200,000 per year in electricity costs and reduced the sky brightness by 50% at a nearby astronomical observatory. All of that without making the streets darker, they just installed better lamps! Thanks partly to the data that the Skyglow Berlin project will provide, the Berlin and Brandenburg area is 4th place on the list of areas that light pollution researcher Martin Aube will simulate using a computer cluster - each simulation requires about 7 years of CPU time (We're behind some astronomical observatories...). We only need two more fans to cross the threshold of 50! Best wishes from Smolenice.
02/22/2014, 04:40 PM Anonymous
Liebe Fans, We're extremely excited that 24 hours after going online, 31 people have already registered as fans of the Skyglow Berlin project! Your support means a lot to us, because we're not only counting on you to help fund the project, we want you to be an active part of the project team. We hope that you will participate in several ways: Please help us with publicity, so that together we find enough supporters to ensure the project is funded. Tell your friends and family about how crowdfunding works, about the sciencestarter platform, about the Skyglow Berlin project, and why you are a fan. You can visit the "Verlust der Nacht" page on facebook, and share their post about the project: https://www.facebook.com/loss.of.the.night If you know a secondary school student, teacher, or parent in Berlin or Brandenburg who you think will be excited about the project, tell them about it and ask them to get in touch with Chris. We are already in discussions with a few schools, but the final number of schools will depend on the financing. We think the project will be most successful if we have passionate partners in the schools who ask us if they can join rather than the other way around. Once the project is funded, we will use a lottery to select a limited number of our Unterstützer who will take part in the measurements. You don't have to be in Berlin to take part; measurements from any area in Germany will provide useful data. Finally, in a short time the Verlust der Nacht android app will come out in the Google Play Store. We will let you know when this happens, and then those of you who have an android phone (or a friend with an android phone) can help the project by making observations of your own. You can see a 3 minute presentation about the app here: http://youtu.be/0wNM0LycVYs?t=6s Thanks again, and we're excited to have you as a part of our team! A note about this blog: Although he can speak German, Chris is much more comfortable writing in English. We expect that most of the blog posts will probably be written in German by Annette, but sometimes Chris will contribute in English. We don't want to fill your inbox, so we will rarely email these blog posts. If you want to keep up with the project, please visit http://www.sciencestarter.de/skyglowberlin/blog/

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