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On a dark, cloudless night, we can observe an almost immeasurable number of astronomical objects in our universe. Some, like the moon and the planets, are immediately visible even in bright, urban areas. For most objects, however, the rule is: the darker the sky, the better.
Photographically, special filters can produce stunning images of gas nebulae even in light-polluted environments, but the true beauty of many objects is usually only revealed under a dark sky.

Star clusters
Earth and solar system