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3D look at the universe

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We are insignificant scraps of nothingness. Or at least that's what this fancy video teaches us.

Those consistently smart guys at NASA have created a look at all of the galaxies that we currently know of. The Hubble telescope, and other less famous sources, provided them with a whole load of amazing stills.

These stills were then magically enhanced into a virtual 3D space, giving us serious astronaut-envy. No worries though, we checked and there is a Space Camp for adults.

NASA dropped this gem on their Twitter and you can follow them for more 'out-of-this-world' updates HERE.

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