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Some people still think we're alone in the universe...YEAH, SPACE!

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On September 3rd, 2003, the world's first space-based optical telescope named after an American astronomer Edwin P. Hubble found a small area at the night sky which interested it. So it started to point its camera to it trying to figure out what was there. The area it was looking at turned out to be completely black with no stars visible in it. Hubble kept watching this area for 4 months trying to figure out as many details as it could and here is what it managed to see.

Look at this image. Each dot here is a galaxy – the entire independent galaxy. Each galaxy in its turn has 1 trillion stars. Do you know how many zeros a trillion has? And each star can have a set of planets. So this image contains over 10,000 galaxies. Isn’t it mind-blowing?

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