City Notes: Stargaze in the South

The latest news and events happening in Israel this week.

September 4, 2017 08:34
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The stage at the Moonlit Nights Festival in the Golan Heights.

The stage at the Moonlit Nights Festival in the Golan Heights.. (photo credit: ADI PERETZ)


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An astronomical journey under the desert sky in Tel Arad National Park on Friday night awaits anyone who wants to know more about the Milky Way – or just wants to bask under striking view of the stars. An astronomy expert equipped with telescopes will spend the night at the campgrounds to provide in-depth explanations of what’s up above. An optional 7 a.m. guided tour of the park on Saturday is also offered at no additional cost.


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