NASA and the Skies

How do I feel when I look at the stars?

Well, light pollution makes seeing stars kind of difficult. Where I live, it’s primarily a dark empty sky. When I have spotted something, I’ve mistaken a planet and a satellite for a star.

Also, I don’t have many memories of looking at the sky and seeing stars. It’s sad, but I don’t look up at the knight sky because I know I won’t see them up there. Most of my star gazing comes from NASA’s website and Instagram page, and I see these heavenly bodies through their lenses; the images captivate me because of the scale they imply.

This is nebula is one of my favorites and I love that it gets regularly featured on NASA’s page.

https://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/goddard/2022/hubble-sights-a-sail-of-stars

There is so much out there. And it’s beautiful.

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