Northern Lights from the Yukon, Canada. | SkyNews
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Astrospheric: One display packed with details

Astrospheric provides an informative display for North American astronomers to analyse the weather in detail a couple of nights in advance.

When you first load a Clear Outside location page, you will see a table with seven rows, a weather synopsis for the upcoming week. (Clear Outside)
Clear Outside: Long-range weather forecasts

Planning a stargazing trip? Avoid cloudy nights with Clear Outside, which forecasts weather up to seven days out.

What will your sky look like tonight? Find out at with a Clear Sky Chart from ClearDarkSky. | SkyNews
Clear Sky Chart: Short-range weather forecasts

Is it going to be clear tonight? Find out how you can predict the future with Clear Sky Charts.

Northern Lights from the Yukon, Canada. | SkyNews
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Toronto's bright city lights are on before the sky even gets dark. This area of the city, looking west of Shaw Street, is Class 9 on the Bortle scale. | SkyNews
Using the Bortle dark-sky scale

The Bortle scale has been classifying the darkness of your night sky for 20 years.

Telescopes for starters

Buying a scope and the appropriate accessories can seem like a daunting task for beginners. Here’s a starter’s guide.

2020 SkyNews astronomer’s gift guide

Suggested by the SkyNews team, here’s a range of celestial gifts for the space aficionado in your life.

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