Read more about the darkest skies
One of these three sites on the Arizona-New Mexico border may be the future home of your observatory.
July 26, 2010
My story "A night at Granite Gap" appeared in the September 2010 issue. It described developer Gene Turner's new project and what it means to amateur astronomers searching for dark observing locations
The planetarium at Granite Gap will feature daytime programs for the public and school groups on a variety of scientific and regional subjects. In addition, it will house exhibits on astronomy and space science as well as a research library.
Photo by Holley Y. Bakich
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