National Look Up At The Sky Day is observed on April 14 of every year. National Look Up At The Sky Day encourages everyone to spend the time to look up at that beautiful sky which we should have probably done when we were kids. In the daytime, you may find some airplanes, various patterns of the clouds, the flock of birds flying around, the shining sun and during the night you can spot some dazzling stars and moon. The sky is also called as celestial dome which in astronomy means anything that lies above the earth. Just take a moment and enjoy the surrounding.
“Look at the sky. We are not alone. The whole universe is friendly to us and conspires only to give the best to those who dream and work.”- A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
History of National Look Up At The Sky Day
The origin and the creator of the National Look Up At The Sky Day remain unknown. This day is believed to be celebrated for years. The creator has created this day to make people come outdoor and enjoy nature. This day is important to be honoured because all of us fail to appreciate little things in our hectic life. As the environment is free and found in abundance, it is always taken for granted to be enjoyed and thanked for. So take some time in celebrating the small things in life. It may have been created to make people think about the emptiness in the sky and to encourage everyone to think beyond the air.
Other Celebrations on April 14
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How to celebrate National Look Up At The Sky Day
National Look Up At The Sky Day is marked by all age groups in many parts of the country. You can observe this day with your family by gathering to lie around in terrace with blankets and have some fun watching the sky. Few Astronomy Clubs organize for parties with some drinks and snacks. Schools celebrate the day by assigning students with homework related to looking up at the sky. If you have ever planned to join in an astronomy club, then today is the best day to do it. You can simply observe the day by stepping out of your room to spend some time in admiring the beauty of nature. Post pictures and share your National Look Up At The Sky Day celebrations on social media by using the hashtag #LookUpAtTheSkyDay.