Pha Luang Waterfall Forest Park, Ubon Ratchathani. Photo by TAT

Looking for the darkness? You can count on Thailand

Thanks to the Tourism Authority of Thailand and the National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand (NARIT), more than 20 dark sky conservation areas now span the nation’s five regions. And…

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Comet C/2022E3 images captured by Thai photographer in Chiang Mai

The National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand (NARIT) displayed images of Comet C/2022E3 on Tuesday, taken by a Thai photographer from the top of Doi Inthanon mountain in Chiang Mai…

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(Photo by United Arab Emirates Space Agency / AFP)

December is an ideal month to view Mars

Stargazers in Thailand and worldwide will have an ideal opportunity to view Mars, as it will approach a distance of about 81.5 million kilometres from Earth, which is the closest it…

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Thai astronomer in first group to discover the farthest galaxy from Earth

A Thai astronomer is among a team of international astronomers who recently found a galaxy which is believed to be the oldest and farthest from Earth, about 13.5 billion light…

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Thailand’s Phu Laen Kha national park to be listed as star-gazing destination

Phu Laen Kha National Park, in the north-eastern province of Chaiyaphum, has passed the “Dark Sky Park” assessment of the National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand (NARIT), paving the way…

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Loud bang heard, green light seen in Thailand’s North could be a bolide

The mysterious explosive sound and turquoise glow seen and photographed in northern Thailand on Tuesday evening could be a bolide, a kind of very bright meteor, said the National Astronomical…

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