Throughout human history, we've looked up at the night sky in awe. Before we had science to explain the things we saw, each culture made up it's own stories about the pictures it saw in the sky. These stories say a lot about the groups that made them. Though we know now that the constellations are not actual groupings of stars, but rather appear that way from our perspective, they are still a part of who we are. We grow up looking at them. For many, they are our first exposure to the wonders of the cosmos.
Sometimes I find myself wondering about a hypothetical alien race and what they see in the unique images they would see in their own night sky.