Law Office of Paul Black - June 2019

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Planning for Summer Sun

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Why Seniors Are Flocking to Home-Sharing Platforms Asked and Answered Crazy Lawsuits Surrounding the Dearly Departed

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Miso Soup With Mushrooms and Kale Inspirational Moment

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Summer Stargazing in Georgia

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STAR LIGHT, STAR BRIGHT

Best Places to Stargaze in Georgia

Do you remember looking at the night sky as a child and feeling a sense of awe? An endless dark sky filled with thousands of twinkling stars is a source of mystery, possibility, and wonder. This summer, take some time to look up at the sky again and spend an evening in the great outdoors. Here are a few great locations for stargazing throughout Georgia. STEPHEN C. FOSTER STATE PARK A world-class destination for stargazers, Stephen C. Foster State Park has been designated as a gold- tier international dark-sky park by the International Dark-Sky Association. This means the park has very little light pollution and offers incredible views of the moon, stars, planets, and comets. As the only gold-tier dark park in the southeast United States, visiting Stephen C. Foster State Park is a must for astronomy enthusiasts. BRASSTOWN BALD The highest point in Georgia is also a good distance from most major cities in North Georgia, which means there’s not much light

pollution on top of Brasstown Bald. Here’s a pro tip: Give your eyes at least 40 minutes to adjust to the darkness, so you can better appreciate the breathtaking views. GEORGIA TECH OBSERVATORY

City lights are public enemy No. 1 to stargazers, but while Georgia Tech is located in the heart of Atlanta, the astronomy department is still able to capture some amazing celestial sights. The observatory is open to the public once a month and events can be found at Astronomy.gatech.edu.

If you’re waiting for the best view to go stargazing, consider planning your trip around these upcoming meteor showers: • Alpha Capricornids meteor shower (peaks July 26–27) • Southern Delta Aquarids meteor shower (peaks July 29–30) • Perseids meteor shower (peaks Aug. 12–13)

Happy stargazing!

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