The Forgotten Sky

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Up here, the moon is so close, so bright. The sky, black as pitch, except for the stars, and oh, there’s Jupiter accompanying the moon. And over there is Mars and Saturn-only white dots in the vastness of space. Through the telescope, you could see the moon’s craters like acne scars. We hoped to see the planets with the same vivid details, but they were still dots. Except Saturn. It was a dot with a ring! Continue reading “The Forgotten Sky”