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Stargazers now have their Graceland. The Channel Island of Sark, located 80 miles south of England, has been designated as the world's first dark-sky island. Dark-sky communities are places with very little to no light pollution. As a result, the stars are far easier to see and more fun to look at.
Originally posted by watchitburn
Out on a ship in the Ocean, nothing for hundreds of miles, best place period. You see every star, even better than the middle of the desert,
Last year saw what I thought was a star, seemed real bright and not where it should be and it moved in an odd way, definatley not the rocking of the boat, sadly no picks or video, definately the oddest thing I have seen in the sky.