I have held this belief rather strongly for quite some time but many would argue. I claim that we can see the "heavens" i.e. the cosmos only because Earth's atmosphere diffracts and "twinkles" the light from distant stars and galaxies. Thus, when you look up from the moon you will see only blackness. The light coming from heavenly bodies is just too distant and so too "pinpoint" to be spotted by the naked eye or by plain photography. I seem to recall photos taken by our few moon landers showing nothing in the skies. Others have argued against me, claiming that the cameras used were somehow substandard; but I stand by my belief that the universe is totally invisible to viewers situated on stations without a substantial dense atmosphere. What say you?