DubtodaIll: Anyone have a handle on the percentage of stars to see at night that are in our galaxy vs. those "stars" we see that are other galaxies or stars in other galaxies? If the milky way band we can see when it's dark enough is mostly stars from our galaxy, why are they all so fuzzy if they're relatively closer than the rest of the stars we can see?
Beowoolfie: Andromeda is the most distant object we can see with the naked eye.
doglover: Beowoolfie: Andromeda is the most distant object we can see with the naked eye.I don't know where you can see it unaided. The rest of us live in cities. Sirius is about the most distant object in the night sky.
Barfmaker: And in about 4.5 billion years we're going to get a real nice up close look at it because IT'S COMING RIGHT FOR US!!!
AdrienVeidt: Da Jebusfark is all that shiat?
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