Stars and constellations have been for many civilizations,sources of wonder and mystery. We look at the stars so much, that we found patterns and shapes in the stars, and used them as guidance during sea exploration. Even today, universal laws and theoretical physics still stem from the stars. However, what if we never had the stars?
How would a civilization similar to earth develop, if at night, no stars were visible to the naked eye? You could still find stars if you had a powerful enough telescope, but for pre-telescopic history, the only visible thing in the night sky would be the moon.
What about our culture could be different, and how would our physics and math develop differently?