New Mexican Skies Protected With Dark Sky Park Designation
28 August 2013. TUCSON, AZ – The 34,000-acre Chaco Culture National Historical Park is home to many ancient wonders including the remains of a civilization that thrived over 1,000 years ago. The park, which has been protecting its archaeological riches since it was established in 1907, is now protecting its views of the starry skies too. It has just been named as the International Dark-Sky Associationʼs newest Dark Sky Park.
Read the full release on the International Dark-Sky Association Website