(NASA, ESA, J. Dalcanton University of Washington; B. F. Williams, University of Washington; L. C. Johnson, University of Washington; the PHAT team; and R. Gendler)
(NASA, ESA, J. Dalcanton University of Washington; B. F. Williams, University of Washington; L. C. Johnson, University of Washington; the PHAT team; and R. Gendler)

The Hubble Telescope took the largest image of the Andromeda galaxy ever (below), which shows over 100 million stars. It’s also the highest-resolution image of the galaxy ever taken. If it were at its full size, you’d need more than 600 HD television screens to display it on. Check out a zoomable version of the image here.

(NASA, ESA, J. Dalcanton University of Washington; B. F. Williams, University of Washington; L. C. Johnson, University of Washington; the PHAT team; and R. Gendler)
(NASA, ESA, J. Dalcanton University of Washington; B. F. Williams, University of Washington; L. C. Johnson, University of Washington; the PHAT team; and R. Gendler)