Every year there’s a special week dedicated just to our sky. It’s called National Dark Sky Week and this year it’s scheduled for March 29, 2008 through April 4, 2008. It’s a week where we all try to limit the extra light we send through our night sky (from excess city lights, porch lights, etc.) The result? You’ll see a much darker sky–and a better view of the stars. What do I mean? Is it really that important? To find out, my article “A World Without Stars,” will be posted here next week.