Check this out, folks.  From Astronomy Pic of the Day.

Just go!  Very cool.

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  1. AnAmericanMother says:

    Living inside the bubble of light pollution around Atlanta, I’m always astonished by the night sky in its glory. My parents live in rural Georgia and have good skies . . . But this is spectacular!

  2. Pearty says:

    Crazy. I love the Explanation: “…toward the left lie the Large and Small Magellanic Cloud Galaxies……”. Apparently the “small” one is only 200,000 light years away; and a lazy 75,000 light years away from his big brother.

    And yet, I make excuses for not finding the time to pray to the Lord and Creator of it all. Pathetic.

  3. irishgirl says:

    Wow-that WAS COOL! I also liked it that when I ran my computer mouse over the picture, it indicated what planets and stars were in the sky.
    ‘Sun and moon, praise the Lord. Stars of heaven, praise the Lord’!

  4. I just love this kind of stuff Father. Thank you for posting it!

  5. EWTN Rocks says:

    Wow, this is very cool Fr. Z!

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