And some may then even try to understand it. Appreciation of Beauty without understanding is a poor thing. Read Walt Whitman's poem on 'Hearing the Great Astronomer' then Asimov's demolition.
So Whitman didn't know what we know, so it's a tiny bit unfair - which Asimov admitted. But wouldn't it move the most poetic soul that because of science we really know that we are stardust, our constituents were born in the deaths of mighty stars that long preceded us?
And no literary scholar ever lost their respect for Shakespeare because they learnt a bit how he did it. So why should scientific understanding not enhance, rather than destroy, our appreciation of the Universe? Terrible and cruel it can be, but as Alan Paton wrote, it is lovely beyond any singing of it.