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I need to see this! The Galactic bridge - Natural Bridges national monument has one of the darkest night sky in the united States and it is possible see up to 15,000 stars throughout the night. On a moonless night, these stars shine like jewels in the sky. This image shows the The Milky way as seen from Owachomo Bridge.

I need to see this! The Galactic bridge - Natural Bridges national monument has one of the darkest night sky in the united States and it is possible see up to 15,000 stars throughout the night. On a moonless night, these stars shine like jewels in the sky. This image shows the The Milky way as seen from Owachomo Bridge.

Stargazing at Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah is a surreal experience. Natural Bridges has one of the darkest night skies in the U.S. -- making it possible to see up to 15,000 stars on a clear night. Photo of the MilkyWay as seen from under the park's Owachomo Bridge by Manish Mamtani

Stargazing at Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah is a surreal experience. Natural Bridges has one of the darkest night skies in the U.S. -- making it possible to see up to 15,000 stars on a clear night. Photo of the MilkyWay as seen from under the park's Owachomo Bridge by Manish Mamtani

Wispy clouds and a star-filled night sky make for a dreamy backdrop to Owachomo Bridge at Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah. Home to some of the darkest skies in the country, Natural Bridges is a stargazer’s paradise and was designated the world’s first International Dark Sky Park. On a given night, it’s possible to see up to 15,000 stars! Photo by Ryan McGinley (www.sharetheexperience.org).

Wispy clouds and a star-filled night sky make for a dreamy backdrop to Owachomo Bridge at Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah. Home to some of the darkest skies in the country, Natural Bridges is a stargazer’s paradise and was designated the world’s first International Dark Sky Park. On a given night, it’s possible to see up to 15,000 stars! Photo by Ryan McGinley (www.sharetheexperience.org).

Amnicon Falls State Park in Superior, Wisconsin. - Google Search

Amnicon Falls State Park in Superior, Wisconsin. - Google Search

Devils Tower National Monument in Wyoming was established in 1906 by President Theodore Roosevelt as our nation’s first national monument. Known by generations of local tribes as Bear’s Lodge or Bear’s Tipi, the 867-foot tall butte got its current name through a mistaken translation in 1875. Day or night, it’s one of most dramatic natural features in the West. Photo by Rip Rippey (www.sharetheexperience.org).

Devils Tower National Monument in Wyoming was established in 1906 by President Theodore Roosevelt as our nation’s first national monument. Known by generations of local tribes as Bear’s Lodge or Bear’s Tipi, the 867-foot tall butte got its current name through a mistaken translation in 1875. Day or night, it’s one of most dramatic natural features in the West. Photo by Rip Rippey (www.sharetheexperience.org).

Solitary Geyser, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Solitary Geyser, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Milky Way over Tajinaste -a kind of echium wildflower- Teide National Park, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain

Milky Way over Tajinaste -a kind of echium wildflower- Teide National Park, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain

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Bathed in starlight from the Milky Way, the unique rock formations of Badlands National Park in South Dakota glow in the darkness. The ancient landscape and fascinating fossil beds make this place seem timeless. This stunning photo was the winner in the night sky category of the Share the Experience photo contest, which gives amateur photographers the chance to showcase their skills by capturing the beauty of  public lands. Photo by Erik Fremstad (www.sharetheexperience.org).

Bathed in starlight from the Milky Way, the unique rock formations of Badlands National Park in South Dakota glow in the darkness. The ancient landscape and fascinating fossil beds make this place seem timeless. This stunning photo was the winner in the night sky category of the Share the Experience photo contest, which gives amateur photographers the chance to showcase their skills by capturing the beauty of public lands. Photo by Erik Fremstad (www.sharetheexperience.org).

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