Friday, May 31, 2019

Take a cosmic road trip

Open for 3 custom star maps to understand the skies like never before
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Get reacquainted with the world above you at International Dark Sky Parks. Miles from cell service and the glare of city lights, these parks lie under the darkest, clearest skies in the world – offering an experience that's full of stars and free of distractions.
Stargaze like a pro. Keep reading for three park highlights along with a custom star map for each. Print and pack them to make sense of the stars.
Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona
Covered by impossibly dark and crystal-clear skies, Petrified Forest's remote location and high elevation makes even the most distant stars seem within reach.
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Glacier National Park, Montana
From experiencing the magic of the northern lights to watching the International Space Station in orbit, Glacier National Park is where the skies come alive.
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Anza-Borrego National Park, California
The brightest stars in California are sheltered from the lights of Los Angeles. See the dazzling Milky Way and more at Anza-Borrego.
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Friday May 31 2019

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