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The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has produced the so far most detailed image so far of Messier 9, a globular star cluster located close to the centre of the galaxy. This ball of stars is too faint to see with the naked eye, yet Hubble can see over 250 000 individual stars shining in it.
Originally posted by anthbes
Imagine how cool looking up at the night sky would be from a planet circling one of those stars... I wonder if there would even be a night time or just a bunch of bright light. So cool.
Originally posted by Mianeye
Thats a very nice picture
But i actually hate it, cause i so much want to go there, and i know i will never be able to
Originally posted by muse7
and to think that most of those stars have planets orbiting around them
yet some people still think we're alone in the universe