Any grade school kid can identify constellations like the Big Dipper or Orion in the night sky. But 50,000 years from now (assuming civilization hasn't blotted the sky out with several millennium's worth of chemical and light pollution) kids will be pointing out constellations that bear little resemblance to the ones you know. [Below] Donya of Hervar's night sky. A fascinating look at a potential far future!
https://www.wired.com/2015/03/gifs-show ... 000-years/
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