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Monday, October 29

Oh my god, yessssssss!!!!!!!

As a frustrated amateur astronomer living in the severely light polluted suburbs of NYC, this would be paradise... alas it's too far for a weekend getaway.
Ga. astronomy village fills up quickly
SHARON, Ga. - The most important rule at this remote vacation spot is simple: no white light. Even a sliver of the pupil-contracting rays coming from the window of a cabin at Deerlick Astronomy Village could ruin a neighbor's view of the Milky Way. The 96-acre village in rural Taliaferro County in eastern Georgia is designed for amateur stargazers looking for total darkness and wide-open spaces to build weekend homes. (continued)
See also
Chiefland Astronomy Village (Florida)
Arizona Sky Village

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