No big deal. Just two galaxies captured by Hubble. No big deal, just two galaxies captured by Hubble twisting each other into unusual and unique shapes. Space is fucking rad.
Each point in this map isn’t a star, it’s a god damn galaxy. The map charts out a mere 650 cubic billion light years, which constitutes a quarter of the known Universe.
Cosmic violence is always so goddamn beautiful. So goddamn beautiful! Behold the site of collision between four galactic clusters.
Thank The Maker.
Check out this lonely mountain. NASA’s Dawn space-craft sniped a lovely picture of it, just chilling in the southern hemisphere of the dwarf planet Ceres. Beckoning to us across space and time. To travel to it, to scale the peaks, to meet the space-elves that run their futuro-city from the top of the summit. Right?