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    • I think I love whoever put this together! Our little tiny sun... I was aware that Antares is something like 1,000 times the size of our sun, but this chart shows that even Antares is so small. Thanks for sharing @Chris!

    • Tremendous visual. Towards the end I couldn't help seeing the galaxy clusters as being like confetti, thrown in the air and frozen in time.

      I am often taken by the repeating patterns we can see in nature, on both a small and large scale.

    • Wow! Took me awhile to find time to watch this but it was stunning. I found the bit on proton decay after a thousand trillion trillion years fascinating, even if the theory is now in dispute. This is definitely a gem of find. Thanks for sharing this!

    • I decided at a very early age that there are some things I would never ever be able to understand: the vastness of time & space are just impossible.

      Are we in a simulation and so it’s easy to program an infinite vastness & variety, with a seemingly infinite variety of creatures? It seems like a more compelling argument the more we know.