Coin people tend to be detail oriented. They have to be. When it comes to grading, every little detail counts. Coin collectors carefully examine full bell lines, Liberty hair details, Lincoln's bow tie and Liberty's curls.
I find it interesting that so many coin people are also astronomy buffs. This is a remarkable summer of observing. Jupiter had a peak night in May, with Saturn in June and Mars in late July. As a longtime observer, I delight in seeing the division in Saturn's rings and bands on its surface...Mar's south polar cap and dark markings on its surface...not to mention the red spot of Jupiter.
No one is more detail oriented than a coin person. From counting the berries on a copper wreath to counting stars and checking hair details, coin people rely on their magnifiers. Astronomers rely on good viewing nights, spotting details on the planets and even details on faraway galaxies and nebulae. Some people are involved in both!
There is much to be seen out there, in coins, in the universe. It's all in the details.