The image below is a stunning close-up look of a mysterious spherical cluster of ancient stars known as the Messier 15 cluster. It's located 35,000 light-years away from us, in the Pegasus constellation, near the center of our Milky Way galaxy. These ancient stars are about 12 billion years old (our universe is more than 13 billion years old).
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Big Bend National Park - Larger than the state of Rhode Island, it is considered one of the best star viewing sites in the world, because it has the darkest skies in the contiguous United States...
The view from the top of the White Mountains in Inyo National Forest, California, might be a bit drab during the day, but it transforms completely by night (often revealing the Milky Way and Andromeda Galaxies to the naked eye).
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