See me as you saw me. See me as I saw me. See you as I saw you. See you as you saw you.
See me as you see me. See me as I see me. See you as I see you. See you as you see you.
See me as you will see me. See me as I will see me. See you as I will see you. See you as you will see you.
Seeing you and seeing me. Seeing all we have been. Seeing what we are now. And what’s in store somehow.
About this image: The Pan-STARRS Observatory is a 1.8-meter telescope located at the summit of Haleakalā, on Maui, Hawaii. For four years beginning in May 2010, the Pan-STARRS observatory surveyed the entire three-quarters of the sky visible from Hawaii many times in many colors of light. One of the survey's goals was to look for moving objects and transient or variable objects, including asteroids that could potentially threaten the Earth.
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