Little Children Sing Songs About It.
Twinkle twinkle, Little star. How I wonder what you are.
Up above the world so high. Like a diamond in the sky,
Twinkle, twinkle, little star. How I wonder what you are.
Professional Astronomers Study About It.
These people delight in observing every movement of every celestial object in the sky every minute of every day.
Everyday People Sit on Roofs at Night and Wonder About It.
An estimated 109,000,000,000 (one hundred and nine billions) of people have been born and lived in the world in the course of Time. Everyone in that diverse sea of humanity has at some time, looked up at the night sky and felt like a tiny speck in a huge space.
Movies Make Up Stories About It: “
A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away . . . “
“It” Is Space
Above us, over us, around us, beyond us. Some men and women see space and think about how to build eyes of telescopes that can see farther and explain more about the bright mysteries of an unknown sky. They build spacecraft to take them there. Daring pilots enter tiny modules that orbit and even land on those space objects.
Space is truly fascinating, so let’s discover it together in our newest section, Smarty Pants Space Watch!
Be sure to look for future up to date, Smarty Pants Kids SPACE WATCH reports.
Look for *Learn to ‘Talk Like an Astronaut’ Astronomy Glossary and Worksheets in Curriculum Corner.
COMING SOON to a Galaxy in your neighborhood: “First Comet from Another Solar System Travels Through our Milky Way”
In the meantime, check out other Smarty Pants Space Posts in our Planets Category: Moon Landing, Planet X, Gassy Neptune, and Black Holes.
Blast off to the wonder-filled world of outer space!