NASA has just released the biggest picture ever. Seriously. It would take more than 600 HD screens to display the entire billion-and-a-half pixels in this Hubble Space Telescope picture.
The image is an amazing view of more than 100 million stars in our galactic neighbor, the Andromeda Galaxy (or Messier 31.) While not our closest neighboring galaxy, it's the closest large galaxy and remarkably similar to the Milky Way.
In fact, the two galaxies will some day collide and coalesce into one, sometime around 4 billion years from now. So say hello to Earth's neighbors-to-be.
If you're ready to feel very, very small, check out the full zoomable version, or watch this video of the image, section by section:
The article was originally published on Popularmechanics.com