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Under the Dark Skies | National Geographic ctm magazine



National Geographic partnered with the International Dark-Sky Association to provide families with a true ‘dark sky’ observatory experience, free from the artificial light prevalent in city and suburban communities.
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31 Comments

  • National Geographic on April 4, 2019

    The night sky is best seen when there is as little light pollution as possible. How much light pollution is there where you live?

  • B. Stone on April 5, 2019

    If you give a thumbs down, make it better video!

  • SinVro on April 5, 2019

    Great community, bright thinking kids, diversity, nice job National Geographic

  • Sérgio Rodrigues on April 5, 2019

    It's a very touching and inspiring initiative. Congratulations.

  • chELc on April 5, 2019

    Solid

  • kerajinan unik on April 5, 2019

    Nice

  • by peacewillow on April 5, 2019

    it is incredibly sad that it took humanity less than 150 years to forget who and what it is, all thanks to technology…..
    is the trade off really worth it?

  • cie L on April 5, 2019

    thank you, it does look as if america is beautiful, it may look good but the sky looks always beautiful. I'm quite not sure whether america is beautiful or not, I would rather say it does look bad and woeful.

  • Horizon on April 5, 2019

    Back ground music???

  • Mr Anonymous on April 5, 2019

    Part of Starstruck

  • idontknow whomyouare on April 5, 2019

    Subhan'Allah!

  • Wanjiru Macharia on April 5, 2019

    Don't you just love kids😂🤣
    "Its important to do these things because it's fun and interesting "
    Pure logic there my friend 👊🏾👏🏾

  • SRB mixV on April 5, 2019

    I'm wondering why they named this channel is national Geography!!! Should be named international geography. I love every presentation on this Chanel😊😊

  • NatBornKillr on April 5, 2019

    My stars are helicopters and planes 🤣🤣

  • Rustin Stardust on April 5, 2019

    I try to get out of town if possible whenever there's a big celestial event. But the last blood moon I watched from outside my apartment building, and there was a car passing with its headlights blinding me at least every 10 seconds.

  • Holtzapple Dalton on April 5, 2019

    My dream is to see the milky way in the sky.

  • Flávio on April 6, 2019

    From where i live only Sirius, Canopus and like 3 other stars are visible.. so sad 🙁 I look forward to any trip to the country when I'll have the opportunity to see other stars like when I used to growing up.

  • QwickEd ! on April 6, 2019

    It's so sad that even the starry night sky is being threathened by urbanization

  • Vikkie Mayank on April 7, 2019

    Wow…i want that green laser light

  • Noukz on April 7, 2019

    I wish you explained why there is so much light pollution, what are the effects from it and what can we do reduce it. TEN million people could potentially see this and there's a good chance for spreading knowledge National Geographic. DO IT!!

  • Anne Marie on April 7, 2019

    "What's the brightest star?"
    kid: "Sirius"
    other random kid: "Are you serious?"
    this kid got the puns 😂

  • Rain & Thunder for Relax on April 7, 2019

    In the place where I lived there was no darkness at all to see the moon but it was impossible because the light was always full.

  • SPACE RACE on April 7, 2019

    2:47 u are looking for in this video

  • Luke Lavoiser Lestino on April 8, 2019

    Lovely. 😎

  • For Comment Purposes on April 8, 2019

    Whats 1+1=?
    Its 11!!!!!

  • bs1820 on April 8, 2019

    Make a wish …. why do we lie to kids?

  • Timothéus Acibo on April 12, 2019

    i wanna try these! please held it to the ph <3

  • Heinrich on April 29, 2019

    Too much light pollution, can't see star as much as I can see 20 years ago 😢

  • Huzzairy Rosli on April 29, 2019

    candidate for mars exploration in 2050

  • MRoKHAOS on June 9, 2019

    it is interesting fact that we only got a few chance(nearly impossible) to see a clean night sky…………last time I saw it with totally no artificial lights in sight was nearly 15 years ago………….

  • Shanzay Khan on December 27, 2019

    Take me too Nat Geo 😭😭😭😭😭

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