When we're dealing with the chaos of our every day life, and the endless news cycle, it can be easy to forget how vast the universe really is, and how small we are in the midst of it.
There are few things more humbling and comforting than looking up at the sky and contemplating all of the other planets and stars floating around, the technologies that have enabled us to travel through the air, and the universal questions we still haven't answered.
So, if you need a bit of existential reprieve from the endless grind of online discourse, this popular Reddit thread where people share the most memorable thing they've seen in the sky might but just what the doctor ordered.
I've seen the Andromeda galaxy with my telescope and that's crazy to see with your own eyes.
Cloud shaped like a duck.