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Guiding me home by Luke Tscharke, via Flickr

Lake Tekapo, Dark Skies Reserve, MacKenzie, New Zealand. A new Astronomy travel destination, light pollution is controlled to preserve clear night skies and see 6000 stars at one time. I know where my next vacation is going to be

Multiple exposure: an entire night's Orionids near Mount Shasta, California, U.S.A. Photography Brad Goldpaint

The sky at night illuminates the Middle McCloud Falls in northern California. Photographer: Brad Goldpaint its my dream to get a star picture like this

I just Like these things.

A favorite place of mine is anywhere you get a clear night view of the Milky Way (or one of the Auroras). It doesn’t happen near towns and villages. Continuous as the stars that shine And twinkle on the milky way.

The 25 most liked (and viral) photos i've ever posted

The 25 most liked (and viral) photos i've ever posted

If you looked up into the sky last night, you may have witnessed an annular solar eclipse, when the moon does not completely block the sun, but leaves a fi

Galaxy Mountains

Milky Way and faint aurora over Sørtinden in Tromvik, Norway. photo: John A Hemmingsen.

Milky Way

Milky Way

a night under the stars

NATURE/ starlight Montana- I'm sure I've already pinned this, and I haven't been very many places. But, Montana skies are by far the most beautiful thing I have ever seen.

Starry nights are the best nights - Whiskey in the Woods

Milky Way over Picture Lake, Mount Baker; the Heather Meadows area. The classic alpine vista of Mt. Shuksan mirrored in Picture Lake is one of the most photographed mountain scenes in North America.