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Astrophysicist Michael Salamon, who works at NASA's Universe Division, says Walt Whitman ?- and a lot of other poets -- misunderstood the beauty of the heavens. Give him a few minutes with Whitman, Salamon says, and the poet would have some revising to do.…read more