• Dark sky tourism on the rise in the US

    1 month ago - By Travel and Tourworld

    The Milky Way has inspired humans for centuries. But with light pollution making it hard to figure out where to go stargazing, more US states are coming forward to protect the future of their night skies.
    Last month, Nevada's Senate passed a bill recognizing the state's “dark sky places,” where views of the galaxies attract thousands of visitors per year. If this law comes into existence, Bill 52 will create a program to help locations find the way of earning a new state-level “dark sky” designation and also support environmental conservation and the local economy.
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