Stargazing Spots in Miami - Robin Hickmott via Flickr

The Best Places to Go Stargazing in Miami

Sandwiched between the alligator-infested swamplands of the Everglades and the Atlantic Ocean, Miami is a slice of culture on the U.S. East Coast. Unfortunately, with such a narrow geography, the city has become highly developed and stargazing activities are pretty unheard of – even by locals who’ve called Miami home for years. While it is […]

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Otherworldly Destinations in Australia - Painted Desert near Coober Pedy

5 Out-of-this-World Locations You Can Visit in Australia

If you’re hankering to get off-planet, your options for getting into space as a tourist are kind of limited (and expensive) right now. Plus, you can’t really go anywhere cool, all you can do is float around in space. Whilst floating around in space is still pretty neat, the price tag is quite high for […]

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The Southern Lights in Tasmania: All You Need to Know

As islands go, Tasmania is an interesting one. Formed over millions of years, it was only 70 million years ago when Tasmania began to look as we conceive of it today: an island off the southern coast of Australia. With its own unique geologic history and species found nowhere else on earth, Tasmania has been […]

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The Best Places to Go Stargazing in Denver

At 5,280ft above sea level, Denver has an obvious advantage when it comes to stargazing: extra elevation means clearer night skies! The capital of Colorado has other advantages that make it a stellar stargazing destination: wild mountains to the west; sweeping plains to the east; and passionate locals who protect and love the outdoors. Whether […]

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The Best Places to Go Stargazing in Los Angeles

Los Angeles, the city of angels… and stars! Okay, these aren’t the same “stars” you’re thinking of when you want to go “stargazing” in Los Angeles. While it’s common to spot a celebrity while walking down the street in some parts of the city, it’s a lot harder to see the actual stars. You know: the […]

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The Best Places to Go Stargazing in San Francisco

San Francisco draws people from around the world. A city of opportunity and possibility, it’s one of the most powerful economies in the U.S. – and a tech hub for the world. During the daytime, the Bay Area buzzes with energy and innovation. Once the sun goes down, there are equally impressive experiences to try […]

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The Best Places to Go Stargazing in Seattle

Close to mountains and stunning waterways, Seattle is a great city for stargazing both in the city and in surrounding region. Seattle is an often overlooked city in the Pacific Northwest, but much beloved by the residents who call it home. On free time, locals go hiking in the nearby Cascades and Olympic mountains, and […]

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Space Halloween Costumes

DIY Space-Inspired Halloween Costumes

Halloween is fast approaching… do you have your costume ready? If you’re a space fan but unsure what costume to wear this year, here are three great ideas that you can easily make at home. Bonus? They’re all space-inspired, so you can proudly show your love of outer space however you celebrate Halloween. NASA Astronaut […]

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Impact Craters to Visit: Featured Image of Pingualuit Crater

These 13 Craters You Can Visit Will Make a Huge Impact On Your Next Trip

Nothing takes your breath away quite like a giant reminder that earth gets pummeled by extraterrestrial objects all the time. Planet earth is a dynamic place to live. As we spin through space, there are loads of objects we can — and do — collide with. Our moon is evidence of that! Just look how pock-marked it is, after […]

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Solar Eclipse Graphics

The 8 Most Interesting & Informative Total Solar Eclipse Graphics

Get ready for the eclipse with these cool visual guides. The countdown is on! In less than 30 days, the U.S. will be plunged into darkness as a total solar eclipse passes over the continental U.S. for the first time since 1979. News outlets around the world are ramping up coverage for the solar eclipse, […]

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