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It’s the beginning of June 2020 and the noctilucent cloud season has started! If you were asked in a family Zoom pub quiz to think of some famous arch-enemies who would spring to mind? Probably Sherlock Holmes and Moriarty? How about Harry Potter and Voldemort? Definitely Tom and Jerry, right? If astronomers have an archRead More
Go Stargazing is keen to support and encourage astro-tourism. If you have a place where people can visit in or near a dark sky area we would like to feature your business on the Stay and Gaze section of our website — FOR FREE! Last Winter (2019/2020) our website was receiving ~40,000 interested stargazers perRead More
The coronavirus pandemic is hitting businesses hard. Tourist destinations and accommodation providers are set to lose most, if not all of the 2020 Summer season. At this time of great uncertainty we’d like to share with you some ideas as to how astro-tourism could be of significant help to your business and its recovery. WhatRead More