It’s been a long time since I’ve seen fireworks. The last time was when my family took me to the 4th of July in Boston, MA. We watched the show from an area just outside Quincy Market and it was amazing! I remember seeing all sorts of colors and shapes going off in every direction

– some even seemed to be coming down towards us. It looked like something out of a science fiction movie. But what about people who live on other planets? Can they see earth’s fireworks too? This is one question that NASA scientists have been asking themselves for years now. In their search for answers, researchers discovered that not only can you see Earth’s fireworks from space but there are actually some pretty good spots to watch them from. Many of the astronauts aboard the International Space Station have reported seeing fireworks displays during their missions. Apparently, you can see large city festivals and smaller celebrations like weddings in space too! When asked about it a few years ago, NASA astronaut Mike Barratt said he was able to spot some pretty cool fireworks on his last mission with lots of different colors (although they were green). It’s no surprise that firework shows are awesome for people who live here on Earth but what about those living light-years away? There is one researcher at Cornell University named Teddi Arpaci-Dusseau who set out to answer this question and found that there might be hope for us all yet


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