As the urban landscape continues to expand, so does the issue of light pollution.
Tiendegaarden Bed & Breakfast is recommended as a gret place to stay. They even have a special Dark Sky Lounge outside.
Fanefjord Church with the Milky Way, on a July night
Denmark, often known for its picturesque landscapes and vibrant cities, is now emerging as a top destination for a unique and mesmerizing experienc
The planets are a group of celestial bodies that orbit stars, and in our solar system, they orbit the Sun. There are eight recognized planets in our solar system, categorized into two main groups: the inner rocky planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars) and the outer gas giant planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune). Here is some information about each of the planets:
Inner Rocky Planets
Closest to the Sun, Mercury is a small and rocky planet with extreme temperature variations between its day and night sides. It has little to no atmosphere.
Observing the night sky can be a rewarding and awe-inspiring experience, and there are various tools available to enhance and facilitate this activity. Here are some common tools used by astronomers and stargazers for observing the night sky:
The most basic tool for observing the night sky is the naked eye. Many celestial objects, including stars, planets, and the Moon, can be observed without the need for any equipment.
Møn and Nyord have exceptional night time darkness and low levels of light pollution. The islands have been awarded the IDA recognition as both an International Dark Sky Community and an International Dark Sky Park. This results in better protection of current nighttime conditions in both the developed and wilderness areas of both islands.
In this article, we'll unveil the beauty of the dark sky and invite you to join us on a celestial journey. From ancient myths and legends to the latest astronomical discoveries, we'll explore the wonders of the cosmos and help you navigate the abundance of stars.
The night sky in December offers a variety of celestial events and prominent objects for observers. Here are some highlights for December: