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The 19 Best Places for Stargazing in Atlanta

For some cities, it’s really obvious that it’s hard to go stargazing there. Towering skyscrapers, loads of light pollution, and notoriously cloudy or rainy weather will affect your chances of stargazing in cities like New York City, Los Angeles, and Seattle, for example. Other cities, like Atlanta, are surprisingly good stargazing destinations. While you can’t […]

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What It’s Really Like to Go to Space Camp

Did you dream of being an astronaut as a kid? Maybe your own kid is completely space-obsessed. Whether you’re enduring an endless stream of pleas from your child – or your inner child –, it’s time to go to Space Camp! Space Camp is a one-of-a-kind experience where you can relive those dreams of astronaut […]

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6 Space Tourism Predictions for 2019

In early 2017, one of the first posts I wrote for Space Tourism Guide was a post of space tourism predictions for the coming year. Back then, I predicted we’d see manned test flights, falling prices, and more interest in space tourism-related activities on earth. Unfortunately, it has taken a long time for these predictions […]

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What to See in the Night Sky in 2019: With a Telescope (Part III)

2019 is a great year to get out and see the night sky. All year long, there are interesting astronomical events and opportunities to see objects in our solar system. For some of these, you can spot them with your own eyes. For others, you’ll need stargazing equipment like a telescope or binoculars. This post […]

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What to See in the Night Sky in 2019: Our Solar System (Part II)

If you’re eager to do more stargazing this year, now’s the time. All year long, there are opportunities to enjoy the night sky, from basic stargazing sights to asteroids, moons, planets, nebula, and galaxies that require equipment to enjoy the view. In this post, you’ll learn how to see each celestial object in our solar […]

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What to See in the Night Sky in 2019: Stargazing Sights (Part I)

While most people are setting resolutions to mark the new year, we’re setting calendar reminders. 2019 is going to be a great year for astronomical events! We’ve pulled together a list of the best ones. Read about each of these 14 night sky events in 2019, and you can add them to your own calendar […]

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