Capitalizing on this year’s 50th anniversary of America’s spectacular Apollo 11 landing of humans on the moon, tour companies are offering Astrotourism: skyward-themed trips to remote stargazer locales worldwide — one of which is in Texas.

We can usually see some stars in any location. But we can’t see the wondrous majesty of massed constellations of stars because artificial light pollution on Earth limits full view.

Janice Law is a columnist for The Daily News. Have a travel question? Email judgejanicelaw@yahoo.com.

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