ANSWERS: 36
  • Every single night. I have done it since I was very small. I'm forty-six now, and I still go out every night to see them.
  • Oh heck ya , I am 40 and this started when I was young trying to see our early space pioneers walking around on the surface of the moon , out here where I live there is very little light pollution , the nightime sky was ,is ,and will be a source of my facination for a lifetime I hope. I even get an email when the ISS passes over just so I can catch a glimpse , although not a star , its freakin neat !
  • No it has never amused me.
  • Oh yes...it never fails to amaze me...I remember going up to the country with some friends when I was at uni. One had a telescope...now you could see so much better just being out of the city, but with a telescope....oh wow, just magic...I just praise God when I see the stars.
  • Yes..I live in the country so the night sky is very visible. I have never lost the sense of wonder I get from simply looking up. :-)
  • love it and do it all the time
  • My family and I love to go out and look at the stars and constellations and such.
  • GOD I love to do that!!!!!! I think that is a perfect way to end the night if your hanging out with a girl you like (who also loves to watch the stars too)...just talk and watch the stars.
  • i'm out there every clear night.
  • That's how I spend the last half hour or so every night, sat outside, glass in hand, chatting with my wife and staring at the stars. I don't know why she sees more shooting stars than I do, I always seem to be looking the wrong way.
  • I do, but the mosquitoes do too.
  • When I can see the stars I do.
  • sigh...I try to see what I can. Unfortunately, we live in an area where the stars aren't quite as visible. We have to travel a few hours to get to where the stars aren't competing with the city lights. My father was a navigator and taught me the main constellations, so I've had a love of the sky since.
  • Yes, but particularly in summer, when I make holidays outside town.
  • I love the night time sky. I Love lying on my back and seeing the stars. I've got soe great books on what's what up there but mostly I like to just imagine. I love August with all the shooting stars. ANd winter and spring is great for catching glimpses of the auroras.
  • I absolutely love gazing at the stars, but unfortunately there is so much light pollution in my neighborhood that I cannot see anything. Sometimes I wish all the lights would just shut off for at least one minutes so I can look at the stars.
  • Back in the 1990's I moved from the suburbs to a rural area, but within commuting distance. Wow, what a difference. No street lights! When there's no moon, it's really dark and you can see sooooo many stars.
  • Yes, it used to be something for me to do when standingoutside smoking. Now, having stopped, I still like to gaze at them. We have one of those Dulux windo things right above our bed, so, i get to lay there, cuddle and stargaze. Very relaxing.
  • I like to but I live in NJ, USA and there is alot of smog here (at sea level). I looked once in a remote dark area of Montana (it's high altitude) and it was fantastic, I saw three times as many stars.
  • well whenever i get sad or lonely i go outside with my $50 telescope (im kinda poor) and sit in a lawn chair with my music playing and just sit outside all night and think about what could be out there. there are unlimited possibilaties (i cant spell) as to what can be out there... our imaginations can wonder and wonder but no matter how much we think about it... we may never know.
  • I love it!
  • I love too, lets go out and watch stars together.
  • I live in the middle of the city. The only time I get to see stars is when I'm camping (hardly ever, possibly three times in my life) or when I go to the planetarium (which is basically a cupboard with a few glow stars on the ceiling). I do love it, I just can't get to do it!
  • I do it on a regular basis. My backyard has a wonderful view of the stars, and I often sit out back and read, or just chill out out there.
  • Those who don't are insensitive..Ü
  • Yes, what a wonderful past time, to be wise enough to contemplate in awe, our beautiful universe. As David wrote in the 19th Psalm: “ The heavens are declaring the glory of God; And of the work of his hands the expanse is telling. One day after another day causes speech to bubble forth, And one night after another night shows forth knowledge.”
  • Some countries, depending on the location, you see the night's sky perfectly, where i live, you have to force your eyes to see them. When i go to the beach, that is all we do at night.
  • I love to, its so breathtaking
  • Of course I do I look up and just stare and think....
  • I used to love it - but havent done it for a while. Am more fascinated by s unsets now.
  • I like to lay on top of a planitarium so that when I look at the stars I feel like I'm in a galazy sandwich.
  • I love it very much
  • Yes, they do ; ) I certainly do, I love it... I just don't get much chance since I live very close to a very large city. What I also like is going outside when it's REALLY early in the morning when it's all foggy and quiet, perhaps with a few stars still visible... That's a really beautiful time of the day : )
  • i used to a lot more when iw as a kid, but now i live in the city and find myself too busy or something....i wish i could see more stars from here...
  • I just moved to the beach, so it's even easier now to see the stars. I go out every time I can. It's necessary to put us in our place.

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