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Where can I find good places to watch stars near me? I live in Leicestershire, England and am looking for good places to watch the sky nearby.

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marked as duplicate by called2voyage Jan 14 '14 at 15:59

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Feel free to join us in chat when you get up to 20 points, and our UK users can help you figure out a place near you with good sky conditions as described in Envite's answer here and the duplicate post. – called2voyage Jan 14 '14 at 16:01
You might find this link useful: – TildalWave Feb 2 '14 at 5:51

It would have been better to ask about "which conditions must have a good starsighting place".

It must be:

  • Dark
  • Far from cities
  • Not under main flight paths (this depends on which altitude is the object you want to observe)
  • High altitude (or any special place with low cloud formation and low turbulence)
  • Far from big water bodies that can cause local humidity
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You can look into this link: Britains best stargazing locations

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Posting answers that are links-only is not encouraged. Answers should be on the text provided and sources should be cited. One of the reasons is that the answer will become unavailable as soon the linked website decides to close or to archive this article. – Eduardo Serra Jan 14 '14 at 13:44
Criesto, please try to summarize or paraphrase some of what your link explains to prevent this answer from becoming useless if the link ever goes down. – called2voyage Jan 14 '14 at 14:19

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