This helps put things into perspective. Even if it is a bit scary.
<h1>Earlier this month, NASA <a href="http://bzfd.it/1CCuQ31">released</a> the "sharpest large composite image ever taken of our galactic next-door neighbor [the Andromeda galaxy]," which is roughly two point five million light years away.</h1>
Click <a href="http://bzfd.it/1CCuQ31">HERE</a> for a higher resolution image and a breakdown of the photo.
<h1>Taken by the NASA Hubble Space Telescope, the image is an astonishing 1.5 billion pixels and requires about 4.3 GB of disk space, meaning we'll never truly understand the massiveness of it, which is why it was transformed into a video.</h1>
<h1>The video is a glimpse into to the shear size of our nearest neighbor, and in doing so, puts things into stunning perspective. Check it out:</h1> <a href="http://bit.ly/1CCuNnU">http://bit.ly/1CCuNnU</a>