Science & Health

Stargazers

The death of dark skies due to light pollution means fewer places to gaze at the stars. Fortunately, Nebraska has some of the darkest skies. Amateur astronomers from across the United States converge on the Nebraska Sandhills to view galaxies far, far away and share a lesson on the science of stars.

John O'Keefe

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