Of course, I learned about the planets in school myself, but back then, the map of Jupiter was mostly a colored in disc, just like Antarctica here on Earth was a barren white sheet of ice. But, by the time Travis was in grade school, Antarctica had been mapped with regions, and ice shelves, and glaciers, and expeditions. And, the planets were known to be made of rock, and gas, and of all things... volcanoes. I was mesmerized by this thought. Factor in the idea of planets being "up" in the sky, and volcanoes ejecting lava upward towards space as they revolve around the sun, much like us, and the dream that followed made sense. I dreamed I was leading my sons across a field of sunflowers, in a hurry when the sky tore open. Through the hole I could see lava roiling down, down, down, headed for us in the field. We ran. Then I awoke.
2 Peter 3:7 But the heavens and the earth, which now are, by the same word are kept in store, reserved unto fire against the day of judgment and destruction of ungodly men.