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Wednesday Flakes Makes You Look At The Sky

Seriously, look up

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It may come to no surprise to many of you but Nebraska has some pretty clear skies that are free of light pollution. So much so that there is now a “Sky Park” in Cherry County designated so because of the lake of light pollution. (article below)

Pretty cool designation. I recommend you all leave your city dwellings sometime this fall and check it out. I say that assuming that may of you live in a town/city type situation.

Any who, enjoy your Wednesday.

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