Essential Astro-Tourism Checklist

It’s no secret that I love the stars–astronomy was my science of choice at university. Being able to just see the stars is often enough for me, but special events are over the top. I clearly remember when I got to see Halley’s Comet in 1986. We were living in Pittsburgh and the entire apartment complex was outside. One neighbor had a telescope and let all of the kids have a turn–it was a pivotal moment for this space-loving kid. This printable astro-tourism checklist goes over some of the best places to see the stars in the States, from dark sky reserves and observatories to astronomy festivals and upcoming celestial events.

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With the ease of the internet for research and having more ability to travel to more places than ever before, astro-tourism is becoming a big reason to travel. I know it is for me! My latest bucket list includes traveling for dark sky reserves, the northern lights, and eclipses. To get your free essential astro-tourism checklist, just click on the image below! Have you been to any of these places? What celestial events are you looking forward to?

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