1M partnership with NASA works to protect Idaho’s starry sky

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You may remember some of our reporting on how a very large piece of central Idaho was turned into a dark sky reserve. Stretching from Ketchum to above Stanley, the reserve is a partnership designed to keep the sky as dark as possible so people can come and experience the wonder of the starry night sky.

A new collaboration has pulled together to help protect the reserve, bring NASA into more Idaho classrooms, use stem to teach the next generation of students and so much more.

Publisher: Boise State Public Radio
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