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Duration:
18 minutes, 28 seconds

The park film, Watermark, is an 18-minute introduction to Capitol Reef National Park.

 
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Duration:
4 minutes, 52 seconds

Ranger Emily introduces some of our planetary neighbors: Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn. Imagine what it would be like to explore these other worlds.

 
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Duration:
3 minutes, 41 seconds

Ranger Jake briefly discusses stars and constellations and offers some perspective on our place in the universe.

 
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Duration:
5 minutes, 28 seconds

Ranger Ann describes how dark night skies are tied to the health of all living things and what we can do to protect them.

 
 
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3 minutes, 28 seconds

Every day for one year, a picture was taken of the same orchard from the fence surrounding it. This video is a result of that year's worth of pictures.

 
 
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13 seconds

Summer evening programs at Capitol Reef may include Night Sky Tours presented by visiting astronomers, who share their knowledge and appreciation of the night with others. These presenters also encourage park visitors to protect the night sky by reducing ambient light.

 
 
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44 seconds

Open skies and desert landforms provide a perfect combination for watching night descend on Capitol Reef. This video series was taken by one of many Night Sky Ambassadors who volunteer through the National Park Service's Natural Sounds and Night Skies Division.

 
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Presented by the National Park Service, this video is an inspiring testimony of individuals who love the land. This video introduces the ideas and principles of Leave No Trace and the importance of taking a personal role in preserving the outdoor experience for future generations.


 
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The National Park Service strives to conserve the scenery as well as the natural and cultural history of an area for the enjoyment of future generations.Learn about Wilderness Protection from the National Park Service.

Last updated: September 21, 2020

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