A piece inspired by the fact jumping spiders can see the moon. Adapted for spotting prey at long distances, their eyes are structured similarly to Galilean telescopes. Astronomers have calculated that their eyes can see the moon, including the craters on the moon. If they were better at perceiving dim light, jumping spiders would be able to see Andromeda, our nearest galactic neighbor. Do they moongaze for fun? What do animals think of the sky? What do we hope they think, and why?