Dark Sky Finder Detects Light Pollution to Find the Best Stargazing Spots

To enjoy the beautiful view of the night sky, you need to avoid the big city lights. This dark sky finder displays US light pollution to help you find the best spots to gaze at the stars.

Dark Sky Finder is a light pollution heatmap that shows you where it is worst and where the sky is clearer, surrounding the most populous cities. You can zoom in and out and drag the map to explore areas throughout the United States. The map also shows the places where you can camp and gaze at the stars, as well as additional information about these places, including admission fees and access restrictions.

It was created by an independent developer who claims to have already received proposals for the application and versions for other countries . In the meantime, you can check out the web version at the link below.

Dark Sky Seeker | Jonathan Thomshine


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