The 1997 reference of diffuse night sky brightness

@article{Leinert1998The1R,
  title={The 1997 reference of diffuse night sky brightness},
  author={Ch. Leinert and Stuart C. Bowyer and L. K. Haikala and Martha S. Hanner and Michael G. Hauser and A.-Ch. Levasseur-Regourd and Ingrid Mann and Kalevi Mattila and William T. Reach and W. Schlosser and H. J. Staude and Gary N. Toller and J{\"u}rgen Weiland and Jerry L. Weinberg and Adolf N. Witt},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics Supplement Series},
  year={1998},
  volume={127},
  pages={1-99}
}
In the following we present material in tabular and graphical form, with the aim to allow the non-specialist to obtain a realistic estimate of the diffuse night sky brightness over a wide range of wavelengths from the far UV longward of Ly α to the far-infrared. At the same time the data are to provide a reference for cases in which background brightness has to be discussed, including the planning for space observations and the issue of protection of observatory sites. We try to give a critical… 
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