It allows you to view where data has been taken:
|Skyglow observations in Europe and northern Africa|
It lets you view individual Loss of the Night app observations:
|A single Loss of the Night app observing session by a citizen scientist|
It allows you to do trend analyses to see how skyglow is changing:
|Trend analysis for Globe at Night data in Tucson, Arizona|
It will take a few years of observations before the trend analyses start to be really useful, so go out and observe your night sky often! Bur right now, head over to myskyatnight.com, and have some fun exploring the data collected by tens of thousands of citizen scientists from around the world!