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  1. I have been searching and if I am interpreting my data correctly I found that If I am a recreational user I “can” fly at night and if I have my P107 I can not unless I get a wavier and have anti-collision lighting system visible up to 3SM. I see nothing on the FAA website that prohibits flying at night except under the Part 107 section. I went through the special rule for model aircraft and found nothing pertaining to this. How can the FAA not let trained UAS pilots fly at night but little jimmy can do whatever he wants? The AMA mentions a lighting system but that is strictly to see the aircraft in the dark. Not for anti-collision. Can I fly at night if it is for fun and not for profit? Any insight would be appreciated. Marcel