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Utah celebrates Dark Sky Month

The Utah Office of Tourism celebrates Governor Spencer Cox’s declaration of April as Dark Sky Month. 
Utah is home to some of the darkest skies on earth and currently leads the world in dark sky preservation with 23 accredited International Dark-Sky Association (IDA) places, including four of Utah’s Mighty 5® national parks, 10 state parks, and two towns.
Stargaze on your own or join star party or guided programme to learn about the constellations you can see and view the deep sky through a powerful telescope.
Visit www.visitutah.com/stars to learn how to experience, enjoy and protect the Utah’s vast night skies.

 

Posted by: Utah Office of Tourism
Posted on: 14/04/2021

Utah celebrates Dark Sky Month - by Utah Office of Tourism

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