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Glacier National Park

Glacier still has an inky-dark zenith, though light domes from surrounding towns are starting to show up on the horizons. The mountains also generate lots of clouds, especially winter and spring. By mid-summer there is usually a thin haze of forest fire smoke, often drifting down from British Columbia. In spite of all this, Glacier…read more »

Glacier still has an inky-dark zenith, though light domes from surrounding towns are starting to show up on the horizons. The mountains also generate lots of clouds, especially winter and spring. By mid-summer there is usually a thin haze of forest fire smoke, often drifting down from British Columbia. In spite of all this, Glacier is still a great place for stargazing when the conditions cooperate!

Deborah Byrd

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