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According to Donahue, an ideal goal would be to reduce the brightness of these satellites by a factor of 100.
SpaceX tested out a prototype “DarkSat” paint on a Starlink satellite in January, but it failed to significantly reduce brightness.
A remote control helps you adjust the brightness and set a timer for turning the lights on and off.
Astronomers seek out potential exoplanets by looking for fluctuations in the brightness of distant stars.
The fields are weak and the brightness of the sun outshines its corona.
Even that little tiny bit of brightness is something to warm the heart.
Because of that, the team couldn’t get a precise read on its absolute brightness.
Sure, it was brief and bright — but its brightness was to be expected since it was so close by.
The poor must look to the brightness of a future world for the consolation that they were denied in this.
Robert's going had some way taken the brightness, the color, the meaning out of everything.

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