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Sunday, August 12, 2012

Jom Kita Tengok Bintang Pulak Malam Ini

Dah tengok bulan awal pagi tadi. En Hubby beria2 tunggu, entah dia tengok ke tidak dan KA tengok jugak (dalam mimpi) hehehe.  Dalam borak2 menanti tu terlelap lah pulak.  Sah2 En Hubby duk cerita setahun x habis lagi tu lepas ini kalau dia sempat tengok. 

Suka tengok bintang2 kat langit tak.  Kalau tengah2 bercinta tu, pasti selalu duk tengok bintang2 kat langit dan siap titip pesan untuk sampaikan pada yang tercinta, betapa kita sangat2 sayang dan rindukan sidia.  Eh ceh ceh!  Mengarut betul KA ni.  Lepas tu, kalau nampak je tahi bintang, cepat2 buat hajat, moga2 cinta kita kesampaian.  Dah dua kali mengarut KA ni.  Lepas tu antara bintang2 tu, hanya ada 1 bintang yang berbeza sebab itulah bintang hati kita!  Dah 3 kali mengarut.  Sudah2lah tu, uosl layan2 je lah yang ini. Ok malam nanti kita tengok bintang pulak ye!

KA nak kongsi antara tempat terbaik nak tengok bintang di dunia.

The best dark sky places to see stars

We've become so used to living with light pollution that most of us don't even realise that we never see the night  sky as it should be seen. So indulge in a rare pleasure and take a break where you can have fun by day and be wowed by nature at night - seeing the stars without the usual glare of modern city nightlife spoiling the view.

Utah

The world's first International Dark Sky Park is Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah. According to the U.S. Naval Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona, the park has a "Bortle class 2 sky" which basically means that it has one of the world's darkest skies with the twinkliest stars. By night you can see the Milky Way, and stellar celebs like the Hale Bopp comet have been viewed shooting through the sky. Find out more through the summer months with the 'Dark Rangers' a team trained in astronomy.  By day, you can explore the park and its amazing trip of natural bridges given Hopi names, Sipapu, Kachina and Owachomo, in honour of the Native Americans who once lived in the area.

Exmoor
To experience the majesty of a night time sky shimmering with stars in Britain you can see the sky light up in Exmoor National Park, which was designated an International Dark Sky Reserve last year, the first in Europe. Get up on the moors and be prepared to be amazed. In most urban areas, fewer than 500 stars may be visible, but on a cloudless night on Exmoor, you may see around 3,000. Shooting stars whizz across the inky-dark sky and you can even see the Milky Way, In the daytime you can potter around Porlock and visit the harbour or take an open-top bus trip to Lynton and Lynmouth where a Victorian water-powered lift connects the two towns. Great beaches, with some wonderful dog-friendly ones too.

Jasper
Copyright Yuichi Takasaka

The largest Dark Sky Reserve in the world, at over 1.1 million hectares is Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada. Visit in October for Dark Sky Month as there are a host of fantastic starry activities to enjoy from dining in the dark, star-lit wagon rides and guided lantern walks to checking out astronomy presentations and telescope viewings. By day you can see go sightseeing through breathtaking Malign Valley, spotting wildlife or take a trip to the Athabasca glacier and walk on 400-year-old blue-white ice at the Columbia Icefields. The best way to get there is by train, to make the most of the amazing views. Hop on the Rocky Mountaineer or the VIA Rail train to Jasper, in the heart of the Rockies.

Namibia
Africa has a Dark Sky Reserve of its own, Namibia's NamibRand Nature Reserve. It's been designated a 'Gold-Tier' reserve thanks to its minimal light pollution or artificial light. The nearest neighbouring community to the park is some 60 miles away, so when you visit, you can really see the stars blaze in the African sky. The Namib Desert Environmental Education Trust has been set up in the reserve to educate locals and visitors about the earth and the sky. You can take an astronomy course there and book accommodation from ultra-luxe lodges to roughing-it camping. Dark skies are great for indigenous wildlife as nocturnal animals need darkness for survival, even plants need unaltered darkness to thrive, so you can really get back to nature, as it was meant to be under dark skies.

Sark
Just a quick hop from the UK over to the Channel Islands takes you to tiny Sark, which is the world's first Dark Sky Island. Sark has no public street lighting, no paved roads or cars, so although around 600 people live there, and it's a hugely popular tourist destination, it simply does not suffer from the same light pollution problems that most other destinations do. When you visit you can see the Milky Way overhead, meteors sizzling across the sky and countless constellations. By day, you can take a horse-drawn carriage ride around the island, explore Sark's many caves and a must-do is the trip across La Coupée with its scary 100m drop which connects Greater and Little Sark.


sumber info ye!

Jangan lepas ini ada yang sakit tengkuk, sakit leher duk mendongak ke langit.   Xpe2 nanti KA kongsikan petua sakit leher pulak ye.  HeHeHe.  Weekend macam biasa kat rumah, Celcom BB masih ala2 sendu, terjah laman kawan2  nak komen pown x boleh.  Apapown KA akan cuba jenguk pelan2 ye.

20 comments:

mummY daniSha said...

sy pun hr2 tgk bintang hehee

Miss Uya said...

Dulu masa skolah form 5, 2kali uya dapat tgok shooting star. tp tgok je.. xde wat niat ^_^

rieda_ffya said...

cantik..

Wanieys said...

rajin tunggu tgk bulan pas sahur hihii

Zie said...

cantiknya, teringin nk tgk dgn teropong

syiela said...

tak sempat nak tengok bintang tetapi bintang selalu tengok saya hehehehe...

paridah said...

bintang2 yg berkerlipan mengindahkan malam sudah lama trlupa menyaksikannya...subhanallah..

Nizam.Ariff said...

Kat Malaysia pula, di mana tempatnya ye?

Leeza dayasari [santai leeza] said...

kira bintang pula.. hehehehe

Deq's Qienz said...

Indahnya alam ciptaan Allah..tiada siapa yang mampu menandinginya :)

tirahzairi said...

ps: kak...jgn lpa singgah raya umah tirah...hihihi

Ummi Iman said...

org nak raya tgk bulan... KA tgk bintang hihi gurau je.. masa kecik2 dulu je rajin tgk bintang. masa tu rasanya byk bintang. skrg mcm takde bintang. bila tiba2 ternampak byk bintang mesti ckp dgn AI.. byknya bintang malam ni.. tp kami bukan couple romantik ;) straight to the point :)

Shahril Nasir said...

indah sungguh ciptaan ALLAH...dimna saja kita berada..kita dpat melihat bulan yg satu dan bintang yg beratusan ribu....

Kancil 8349 said...

memang cantik bintang2 di langit

Suraya Baharun said...

keindahan ciptaan Allah..memang tenang je bila melihatnya...

Mama Gee said...

Kalau duk kawasan lapang pastu baring....lg best dpt tgk puas2 kan..kt umah ni nk skodeng bintang dr tingkap bilik je le....tak puas tgk

Rai said...

yang best nak tengok bintang bentang tikar kat tempat lapang lepas tu baring..ala ala piknik gitu..hehe..

missha said...

subhanallah..cantiknya bintangggg...

tapi sekarang ni susah nak nampak bintang banyak2 macam tu.

izz iizza said...

teringat kalau kt kampung dulu memang banyak tul bintang kt langit..tapi kt sini..punya la susah nk tengok bintang..

Che Rosliza Che mat said...

cantiknya...kalau dapat tengok betul2...seronoknya...

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