One of our (my best friend and I) childhood dreams was to become an astronaut. We spent hours looking up our small terrace balcony to look at stars, where we look for our own tiny blue star we fondly named “twinkle”.
Stars and the night sky was something we bonded over. That was before we were told that aerospace studies did not exist in our country. We know nothing. And promptly forgot that childhood dream as we grew up and got busy-er.
Also, have you seen the movie Hidden Figures? I have just recently seen it and was in awe of all the geniuses behind NASA.
So with the news of the planetarium’s reopening got to us, we sure wanted to go. Braving the unforgiving summer sun we lined up for the free show. It was entertaining and informative.
While waiting for our turn, I cant help but to look at the planetarium’s doors.
Very much distinctive. After the planetarium show, we went off to cool ourselves at the mall and eat quite a lot because we missed lunch.
Not our usual mall stroll on a weekend but it was a nice change of scene.