Our Sun is like a grain from at least 200 billion stars orbiting around
the center of our enormous "cosmic island" so-called Galaxy or Milky Way.
When you look through binocular or a telescope, it is seen to be composed
of vast numbers of individual, faint stars. It is actually the disk of our own galaxy - seen from
our perspective (within the disk), the flat lens-shape of the Galaxy appears to surround us.
There are also two tiny galaxies called Magellanic Clouds orbiting around
But what if we leave our Solar System and the Galaxy on fantastic space ship
and look back to our Space Island? What should we see? It's impossible to verify, but we can
imagine and simulate this fascinating space view using latest astronomical knowledges about The Galaxy.
This screensaver is an attempt to make such simulation as close to reality as
possible, using modern 3D technologies. (You can also adjust simulation quality, speed and complexity
through screensaver settings dialog).
Look at this. Remember that there are billions of such Galaxies in space. And ask yourself, are we alone?...
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