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This gigantic image of the Triangulum Galaxy — also known as Messier 33 — is a composite of about 54 different pointings with Hubble’s Advanced Camera for Surveys. With a staggering size of 34 372 times 19 345 pixels, it is the second-largest image ever released by Hubble. It is only dwarfed by the image of the Andromeda Galaxy, released in 2015.
The mosaic of the Triangulum Galaxy showcases the central region of the galaxy and its inner spiral arms. Millions of stars, hundreds of star clusters and bright nebulae are visible.
Being capable of being home to others does not mean that's necessarily the case. That's 100% speculation or personal belief.
For all we really know, there's nothing out there but gas and rocks.
originally posted by: Night Star
I can't imagine there not being life elsewhere with billions of galaxies.