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The area, about a tenth the size
of the full moon, appeared to be
complete blackness with no
stars visible to the naked eye.
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All of the stars in "The Size of Our World"
and all the stars you can see in the sky
are only in our own galaxy!
What lies beyond our galaxy?
Here is a tiny glimpse...
the Hubble Space Telescope
began pointing its camera at
a small area in the night sky.
Hubble kept its camera pointed
there for over 4 months, taking
in all the light it could.
This is what Hubble saw...
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Each 'gaszy' contain' s up to I trillion stars. .
Each star may have a system of planets.
The large galaxy matured here corvallis El times as many stars as
our Milky my Galaxy it IS so large. it technacally shouldn' t exist
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