In 2008 Dr. Nordgren was honored to be chosen as one of Glacier National Park’s Artists-In-Residence for his work capturing the night sky above the iconic alpine vistas of this spectacular park. For four weeks Dr. Nordgren sought out views that millions of visitors every year see by day, but few stop to experience by night. Thanks to Glacier’s remote location in northern Montana, the sky above the park is particularly dark especially from the Logan Pass Visitor Center along the Continental Divide. During one memorable night Dr. Nordgren photographed the park along the famous Going to the Sun Road from the eastern entrance all the way to Logan Pass capturing the distant Milky Way shining brightly against the snow-capped Glaciers still on display. Today Logan Pass is the scene of a growing annual Star Party that shares the spectacular beauty that Dr. Nordgren helped to capture and popularize within the park.