8 best places to see stars in America

The magic of the night sky, the constellations of sparkling aerolite or galaxies far away in the vast universe are easily enchanted by anyone. And let you once admire that wonderful scenery at the 8 most beautiful places to see stars in the US, if you have the opportunity to visit this country.

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Death Valley National Park, California

Death Valley National Park in California
Death Valley National Park in California, USA is a land of 209km long and relatively narrow when it is only 10-30km wide. Unique terrain, extremely harsh natural conditions because summer temperatures are often above 50 degrees Celsius, rainfall is very low, so it is considered the hottest place in North America. But Death Valley is especially famous and is in the top 8 most beautiful places to see stars in America.

Mauna Kea, Hawaii

Mauna Kea, Hawaii
Mauna Kea - the most glamorous volcano in the world is located on Hawai'I Island, Pacific Ocean, an attractive destination for astronomers from all over the world. The last activity took place about 4,000 years ago, now Mauna Kea is famous for the world's largest astronomical observatory, infrared astronomical observatory, ... Free stargazing tours in Mauna Kea usually hosts 6 to 10 pm every night.

Bridges Natural Monument, Utah

Bridges Natural Monument, Utah
The next best place to see stars in the United States is the Bridges natural monument, Utah. The area of the western United States has countless beautiful natural wonders, strikingly bizarre shaped rocks. If the daytime scenery makes visitors can not help to admire admiringly, the night will be more fanciful to ten thousand times to make others fall in love. Due to not be affected by artificial light so visitors can clearly see the magic galaxy, the color of the zodiac, ...

Big Bend National Park, Texas 

Big Bend National Park, Texas
Big Bend National Park in Texas is known to be one of North America's attractions. With sparsely populated density, so the Big Bend sky is unaffected by electric lights, providing excellent star view. You can even see clearly thousands of stars illuminating gorges, weeds, ...

Cherry Springs Park, Pennsylvania

Cherry Springs Park, Pennsylvania
Cherry Springs Park is quite a remote location and is considered to be the most beautiful place to see stars in America. Located atop the plateau with large open space, visibility is not obscured or polluted by artificial light. So on beautiful weather days, there are always many tourists looking to Cherry Springs Park to admire the wonderful beauty of the galaxy, starry sky. Even the light emitted can let you see your own shadow.

Denali National Park and Reserve

Denali National Park and Reserve
Located within Alaska's interior, the Denali National Park and Reserve is a stunning place with fancy natural light effects. Due to the high latitude, Denali often appears Northern Lights - aurorae of bright colors called Northern lights. It looks like a curtain dancing amidst the night sky, which is extremely lively and appealing to American tourists.

Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park
Nature of Glacier is like a huge garden with majestic mountains, beautiful lakes, wild ecosystems, and lush landscapes. Every night you have the opportunity to see the galaxy, the asteroids near the earth, sparkling nebulae. Forest rangers, astronomers lead programs to learn about the universe and guide to watch night stars.

Kitt Peak Astronomical Observatory, Arizona

Kitt Peak Astronomical Observatory, Arizona
Kitt Peak Astronomical Observatory is an astronomical observatory of the United States located on top of Kitt in Arizona-Sonoran desert. It has the largest and most extensive collection of optical and radio telescopes in the world. Considered a dynamic astronomical research center, you need to reserve a star-watching tour to use a telescope.
8 best places to see stars in America 8 best places to see stars in America Reviewed by Duy Khiêm on March 13, 2019 Rating: 5

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