150 Thousand Stars

The Laggon and the Trifid Nebulas

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The story

Can you count how many stars are visible in this image? This is just a tiny view of our Milky Way galaxy, around the area where the Lagoon Nebula (the large red structure) resides. Every single sun you see here is part of our galaxy, many with orbiting planets for sure. Life? Possibly, somewhere… I actually used a software to count the number of stars in the image and the result – which may be more or less accurate – is 148,891 single dots of light.

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