While we won't tend to associate STEM fields with creative free-spirits, it's nonetheless true that creativity can be a powerful ally in scientific pursuits.
Although the primary goal of science is to better understand the world around us and beyond, it's hard to do that if your curiosity and imagination don't lead you to ask the right questions. Because while great discoveries can certainly happen by accident, it helps to know what you're looking for and where you expect to find your answer.
So while many of us might just laugh and not think much of it when a toddler asks if there are dinosaurs in space, that's exactly the kind of question that might get the wheels turning in some scientists' heads.
And it obviously did at one point because it now looks like that toddler might be onto something.