Or to be more accurate, our local “neighborhood” of the universe:
To put this in perspective, it shows the closest 400,000 galaxies to our own, out of an estimated 100 billion or more. Each containing as many as 100 billion stars. Is that not humbling and mind-boggling?
With thanks to the blog Worlds Without End where I found this.
- Video: Flight Through the Universe (insidehpc.com)
- A Flight Through The Universe (notjoe.wordpress.com)
- A Flight Through the Universe, by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (physicsforme.wordpress.com)
- Fly through the universe (samuelflemingbooks.wordpress.com)
- Take a Flight Through Our Universe, Thanks to New 3-D Map of the Sky (universetoday.com)
- A Flight Through the Universe (metousiosis.com)
- The Sloan Digital Sky Survey (The biggest 3D map of the universe) (bluesyemre.com)
- Fly Through the Universe of Sloan Digital Sky Survey (astronomyandlaw.com)
- Galaxies, quasars and pulsars – mapping visible and dark matter (english.ruvr.ru)