ASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has recorded plenty of breathtaking images of the cosmos in the last decade or two. But this time, it’s really outdone itself. You’re looking at the sharpest, most detailed image ever of the Triangulum Galaxy—it contains a whopping 665 million pixels. To achieve such splendid detail, the Hubble took 54 individual images and stitched them together. The result, released Monday by NASA and ESA, is a lovely galactic spiral containing 25 million distinct, resolved stars out of the galaxy’s total 40 billion.
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