9 Destinations That Leave Us Starstruck

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Sir Richard Branson can step aside, because sending your mini-Galileo to the Milky Way has never been easier. From world-renowned institutions to intimate space settings, budding stargazers can reach the outer limits of the galaxy without leaving Planet Earth. Flip through the gallery below for nine spots worthy of your cosmos-crazed kiddo.

Hayden Planetarium – New York City, Ny

Any planetarium that calls Neil deGrasse Tyson its director is worth mentioning. The Hayden Planetarium is located at the center of the Rose Center for Space and Earth, within the American Museum of Natural History. It seats 429 people, and displays a crazy view of the planets, star clusters, nebulae, and galaxies. Known as the Digital Universe Atlas (a fancy way of saying a map of the cosmos managed by professional stargazers and other organizations like NASA), the current exhibit, Dark Universe, celebrates the most awesome and recent discoveries in deep space.  

Online: amnh.org/hayden-planetarium

photo: gogo6969 via flickr

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