Astronomer's Paradise

It's cold, it's dry, the air is thin. The nearest city is miles away across a barren landscape of boulder-strewn hills. At night, the only lights to guide you are the stars in the sky. Astronomers, welcome to paradise

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+7 1. annieaxe commented 8 years ago

I could pitch my tent over there, next to that rock. No, the other one. And happily live out my days tripping my face off watching the sky. Nice.
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+18 2. banzemanga commented 8 years ago

Amazing scenery we are missing from our normal daily lives.
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+3 3. Klawd3 commented 8 years ago

Very amazing video! Envy for the guys working there.
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+4 4. AssieChris commented 8 years ago

Yes with out the light we have today, this why the night sky meant so much to are past ancestors.
Mind blowing!
GET OUT OF THE METRO!
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+4 5. Qiler commented 8 years ago

The real astronomer's paradise is North Korea. At night they turn off lights in entire country. Just google "North Korea at night" on google images.
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+1 6. Sitef commented 8 years ago

Does it really look like that?
If it does, it is sad that it looks like fake / photoshopped to me :(
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+3 7. bonzenbrunzer commented 8 years ago

The last time I saw that many stars, I ate magic mushrooms.... :D
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0 8. cyberdevil commented 8 years ago

Amazing view. Looks like something out of a science fiction flick.
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+1 9. LaoMa commented 8 years ago

#6: It looks like they used long exposure time. You wouldn't be able to see all the pretty colors with naked eye, but the images are by no means photoshopped. They just show a little more than our limited night vision can.
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0 10. bigdisnotr commented 8 years ago

what happened on 4:07 ?
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0 11. LightAng3l commented 8 years ago

#10 A Solar system got shoot...
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0 12. gcleffff commented 8 years ago

If only city has no pollution we could see it everyday... how i wish..