Just what we need—some manmade object cluttering up the sky.
Here in Maryland, the light pollution is so bad that only a few of the brightest stars and planets are visible. But when I went to Mongolia over a year ago, the night sky was completely free of any light pollution. The stars shone gloriously; the Milky Way was visible in a way that I do not remember seeing since I was a child (and even then, it may not have been as clear). I am glad that there was not a manmade object up there to mar the beautiful view.
Go up on South Mountain. Pretty good there,