Zooming out of the most recent image of the Andromeda galaxy, more than 60,000 light years across, shows more than 100 million stars. (xpost from gifs)


Zooming out of the most recent image of the Andromeda galaxy, more than 60,000 light years across, shows more than 100 million stars. (xpost from gifs)


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  1. Is each of that speck a star or dust, or is some of it camera noise? If it is dust, why is it granular? If they are all stars, are those bright intermittent objects simply larger stars?

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