We are going to show you some places in earth from where you can see whole universe.
Atacama Desert in Chile
This 600-mile stretch of northern Chile boasts the is amazing for ideal stargazing conditions: high altitude, non-polluted skies and the driest (non-polar) air on Earth. Unsurprisingly, the astro-tourism scene is booming. The ALMA Observatory, where the world’s most powerful radio telescope uses 66 satellite antennae to look into deep space, will be joined by a handful of other groundbreaking telescopes currently in development, while the dozen or so observatories currently scattered across the Elqui Valley draw hundreds of visitors a day.
Tenerife on the Canary Islands
It's one the place where you can feel “Beauty of Universe”. But as our population grows, so too does light pollution, clouding the atmosphere and all that lies beyond it. Today, as few as 500 stars are visible from many urban areas.
But happily that’s just not the case for these locales, where as many as 15,000 individual pinpricks of light can be seen with the naked eye. The catch? They’re not exactly convenient—but that’s kind of the point.
Attention astrologers and contemplators of the universe: these are the planet’s best spots for stargazing.
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