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Look – Up In The Sky

When tv was young, there was an extremely popular show based on the still popular fictional character of Superman. The opening of that program had a familiar phrase that went, “Look. How precious Superman has become in our culture and the worldwide fascination with extraterrestrials and all things cosmic only stresses that there is a deep curiosity in all humans about nature and astronomy, even if lots of people would not know to call it astronomy.

Astronomy is one of the earliest sciences of perpetuity. When archeologists discover ancient civilizations, even as far back as the cavemen, they invariably find art that shows man’s unquenchable fascination with the stars. To this day, you can quickly get an animated conversation at any event on the topic of “Is there smart life on other worlds?”

Numerous have attempted to explain humanity’s seeming fascination with deep space as a result of an ancient memory or as part of mankind’s everlasting nature. Whatever the cause, individuals of every age and every nation share this one deep interest, to understand more about deep space that our small world is simply a part of.

It’s rather unusual because the actual conduct of a serious student of astronomy is really not the stuff of high experience. You will never ever see a “Raiders of the Lost Arc” or “Jurassic Park” motion picture made about an astronomer. Enjoyment for enthusiasts of this science is to keep up all night viewing the universes through an effective telescope. However, that fact does not appear to dissuade the tens of thousands to get into astronomy each year and the big interest worldwide in the stars, the worlds, and the universe.

Other than the Olympic movement, worldwide cooperation to attain excellent strides for humankind in space seems to go forward without interruption even when the countries complying in those tasks are virtually at war back on the surface area of the earth. It is a weird thing to see as Russian, American and other astronauts work together like siblings on space missions even as their home nations are busily pointing missiles at each other back at the house.

Why is astronomy so exciting even though we have no dinosaurs, moving animals, or any genuine risk to many who are obsessed with the discipline? It might return to a standard interest that all human beings have about their natural habitat and this huge strange thing out there called space. Perhaps it returns to that old saying at the start of Star Trek that area is “the last frontier”.

We all share that ongoing sense of excitement each time we take out our telescopes and gaze straight at the cosmos above us. We feel we are looking at the very dawn of time. And in light of the problems with the speed of light which implies that much of the twinkling stars out there are really light from those stars that started their journey to us thousands of years ago, we are actually looking straight at the past each time we direct our eyes skyward.

We don’t have to stress about ever dominating the last frontier and discovering our interest satisfied. There will constantly be more to find out and discover on the planet of astronomy. And it is likely that mankind’s interest in astronomy is just as limitless.

How beloved Superman has actually ended up being in our culture and the around the world fascination with extraterrestrials and all things cosmic just stresses that there is a deep interest in all human beings about nature and astronomy, even if many individuals would not understand to call it astronomy.

It’s rather strange because the real conduct of a serious trainee of astronomy is really not the stuff of high experience. That truth does not seem to discourage the 10s of thousands to get into astronomy each year and the big interest worldwide in the stars, the worlds, and the universe.

Why is astronomy so amazing even though we have no dinosaurs, moving animals, or any genuine risk to the majority of who are obsessed with the discipline? And it is likely that mankind’s curiosity about astronomy is just as endless.

Jason Smith

Former Marine, IT Guy & Builder of Websites.  I have 5 US states left to visit. I enjoy hot springs, adventures, hiking, photography, sci-fi, wine, coffee & whiskey.  I am fluent in sarcasm, name that tune, & speak in movie quotes.  I spend most of my time building websites, fixing computers, metal detecting, magnet fishing and gaming occasionally.

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