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Colin Firth in "Love Actually"

The paper itself means nothing. What matters is what the paper represents or what the thing printed on its surface signifies.

Sophia Yoon

Nobody knows exactly where astrology came from, but turning to the stars has always been a common practice for civilizations to explain the purpose of our existence and guide them throughout life.

Matt Linke

Space is for everybody. It's not just for a few people in science or math, or for a select group of astronauts. That's our new frontier out there, and it's everybody's business to know about space.

— Christa McAuliffe, Teacher and Challenger Astronaut

The Beastie Boys

From the moment the track begins with a repeated “Intergalactic, planetary, planetary, intergalactic,” a listener knows they’re in for something special.

North Campus

Meet Alex Cucos, an aerospace engineering student at the University.

Priydarshini Gouthi

Often fashion is pigeonholed and understood to only be what is visible on the surface, when in reality it is so much more than that. Similarly, astronomy is a way of thinking, it’s a belief that some events are beyond control and exert influence over others that we directly do control.

2001: A Space Odyssey

Chicken Little once said the sky was falling and while no one believed him then, audiences can’t stop believing it now.

Lukas Taylor

There’s something about the vast, uncaring emptiness that makes humans feel insignificant. And with good reason.

Trina Pal

To know that it’s just you and that beckoning expanse above, if only for a moment, is the best form of therapy.

Chris Pine in “Star Trek: Beyond”

“Star Trek” is inextricable from the way it felt to be fourteen and think the future could contain absolutely anything.