Thursday, January 16, 2014

There are about 300 Billion stars in our galaxy. There are at least 100 Billion galaxies in the universe. Our planet is like one grain of sand in the Sahara Desert. But still for some strange reason the Magical Master of the Entire Universe chose Earth to write a bible for the human apes living here.

What you’re seeing—in practically every point or smear of light—is an individual galaxy. The result gave us the information that a very large number of galaxies exist in a minuscule region of the sky: around 10,000 in the tiny volume surveyed by the Hubble Ultra Deep Field image.

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