"Hubble" has made a new photo, which will remind you of how much you are insignificant
We all look forward to the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope, which is stuck in an endless series of delays due to the ignorant in Northrop Grumann - but old "Hubble" still delivers gorgeous views of the heavens. Last picture telescope will remind you of how much you are insignificant in the grand picture of life.
The image that you see above, is packed with tiny details, but the size of objects that create these tiny details are enormous. You see thousands of galaxies, many of which give birth to an entirely new stars. Here you can find the picture in high resolution.
The last photo "Hubble"
Here's how NASA explains that there is in the photograph:
"Astronomers use ultraviolet vision of the Hubble Space Telescope to make one of the largest panoramas of fire and fury, in which stars are born in the distant universe. This field contains approximately 15,000 galaxies, 12,000 of which form a star. Ultraviolet vision "Hubble" opens a new window into the evolving universe, tracing the birth of stars over the past 11 billion years up to the turbulent period of star formation in space, which happened after 3 billion years after the Big Bang. "
15,000 galaxies. Incredible.
So you knew about the extent to which there is a speech, imagine that our solar system and all the planets, the moon and the occasional debris between them, held in place by one star. According to astronomers, in the Milky Way - our home galaxy - is 400 billion stars. Multiply that by 15,000 and get a rough idea of how many stars, planets and moons are in this picture. You can add or remove a couple of trillion stars, because not all galaxies are created equal.