«Nothing. I can see Luna. That’s all.» She let her gaze wander away from the moon, taking in the night sky. She was tentative at first, worried that looking at the sky would once again overwhelm her. But she soon discovered that there was something comforting about seeing the same galaxy she’d always known. The same stars she’d been looking at all her life. Seen through a new lens. The tension in her body released, bit by bit. This was familiar. This was safe. The faint swirl of gasses inn the Universe. Glowing purple and blue. The sparkle of thousand and thousand of stars. As numerous as sand grains. As breathtaking as an earthan sunrise, seen through her satellite window.