"Dark Sky parks shed light on glorious outdoors, a different kind of pollution."
An article in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch with an interview with IDA Missouri.
Our chapter's new program on Dark-Sky Citizen Science was recognized in Discover Magazine.
Article in Southeast Missourian about the Sky Quality Meter installed at Southeast Missouri State in Cape Girardeau, MO.
KFVS 12 TV News report of Southeast Missouri State University installing a Sky Quality Meter.
"Perryville News" article on the City of Perryville being added to the IDA Missouri and Truman State University Sky Quality Meter program.
Chris Six of KOLR TV in Springfield, MO interviews Cameron Smith, Director - Planning and Development, from the City of Ozark, MO about the Sky Quality Meter installed by IDA Missouri and Truman State University at their city.
Radio interview by Eli Chen of St. Louis Public Radio 90.7 KWMU with IDA Missouri Board Members Don Ficken and Vayu Gokhale on measuring light pollution in Missouri.
Radio interview on KCUR 89.3 Public Radio in Kansas City entitled "Why Kansas and Missouri astronomers are fighting to save dark skies". Presenters were Don Ficken, president, the Missouri chapter of the International Dark Sky Association and Gregory Rudnick, KU Department of Astronomy and Physics.
Article on IDA Missouri project to document dark skies and light pollution in Missouri.
IDA Missouri, in partnership with Truman State University in Kirksville, MO with funding provided by NASA-Missouri Space Grant Consortium, announces program to measure light pollution in Missouri.
Scientists Change Light Bulbs At Truman State To Darken The Night Skies. Interview with IDA Missouri Board Members Dr. Vayuheet Gokhale, Truman State and Don Ficken, President of IDA Missouri.
Press release announcing the launch of the Missouri Chapter of International Dark-Sky Association.
Reason to look up: Buffalo National River seeks Dark Sky Park designation.
IDA Missouri is mentioned in this November 23, 2018 of the Springfield News-Leader