My curiosities wriggle to the depths of the oceans,
And flit to the height of the stars.
Sharing niceties with the fish,
And begging secrets of the planets.
Listening to Sagan as if in a dream,
And hoping his sentiments do not go unheard.
Musing a little as we hear that NASA’s Voyager 1 is officially the first human-made object to leave our solar system and enter interstellar space. Wooooooooooow. Words fail. Astounded. To only imagine what might be found… or what might find Voyager.
We watched some “tribute” videos of Carl Sagan this week, and were again put into that dreamy, inspired trance that his intonation and knowledge always impart. Science and humanity take on new meaning when spoken of by such a sage.
Also, because it’s pretty, and because stars… and fish:
Also, because cosmic fish (the only clip of this I could find):