Are you ready to see the largest picture ever taken? For your information, it’s a whopping 1.5 billion pixel image (69,536 x 22,230) and on January 5th, NASA released an image of the Andromeda galaxy, our closest galactic neighbor, captured by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. The final image is composed of 411 Hubble images, and takes you through 100 million stars and travels over 40,000 light years! Well, a section of it does anyway.
After watching this fly-through video created by YouTuber daveachuk, I felt extremely tiny and insignificant… make sure you stick around and watch it till the end… seriously!
Well done, NASA. Our mind has been blown.
Source: Scoop whoop via Truth Seeker Daily
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