Dark Skies for Astronomy Topic of SkyWatcher USA Webcast

Dark skies for astronomy are becoming less and less available. Luckily for the amateur astronomy community, there are lot of resources today to help find close, yet dark skies.

Dark Skies for Astronomy Dark skies for astronomy is the topic of this week’s SkyWatcher USA “What’s Up?” Webcast which offers an ongoing opportunity to learn more about what’s happening in the world of telescope technology.

What’s Up? is a live webcast held every Friday from 10am to 11am Pacific on the Sky-Watcher USA YouTube channel. Each week they take a dive into a new astronomical topic: gear, visual & imaging techniques, interviews and more.

This week on the SkyWatcher USA What’s Up? Webcast they are diving  into dark skies for astronomy. In the webcast they will run down how to find a dark sky location, what to look for, what to bring, how to be safe and much more.

What’s Up? webcasts are free by tuning into the Sky-Watcher USA YouTube channel. Can’t watch it live? That’s OK, all webcasts can be watched whenever you like by visiting the YouTube channel.

So if you are stuck at home looking for something to do or want to learn more about the latest in astronomy equipment, techniques and more then check the What’s Up? webcasts.

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