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It is a great year to take advantage of the recommendations to stay home over the Labor Day weekend by spending it under the stars. The early evening sky will be moonless, providing ideal stargazing...
September 8 marks the next New Moon of 2021. Night Sky Tourist has claimed 2021 as our Year of the Moon, and we plan to learn all about our nearest celestial neighbor. Here are the Moon phases for...
The American Southwest is a stargazing wonderland. With its dry climate and multitude of clear skies mixed with plenty of rural and wilderness areas, it’s no wonder that it is a Dark Sky mecca in...
Don’t Miss These Great Stargazing Opportunities this Year!
When is the next meteor shower? Can I see Jupiter or Saturn? What constellations can I see this month? This guide will take you across the night sky month-by-month so you don’t miss a thing! Great for telescope viewing and naked-eye stargazers.
Vicky’s Top 10 Places to Visit in the American Southwest
1. Joshua Tree National Park
Two distinct ecosystems converge for stunning landscapes under preserved dark skies.
2. Saguaro National Park
See the native saguaro cactus against the beautiful dark skies outside of Tucson.
3. Kodachrome Basin State Park
A dramatic landscape of 67 rocky spires under pristine dark skies.
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