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Observatory Spotlight: McDonald Observatory

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There’s absolutely nothing that will touch the first time that you see far off planets, galaxies, nebulae, and more with your very own eyes. I can say I’ve seen Neptune…and it’s beautiful. The special viewing nights at the McDonald Observatory are not to be missed and is the main reasons is that there’s not a single street light in the whole town. Seriously, zero! When the sun goes down, all you can see is a sky full of intensely bright stars. It’s truly a stunning experience to just walk outside, look up, and see the Milky Way. Check it out here!


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