NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope captures the newest, largest, and sharpest image of the Andromeda. At 1.5 billion pixels, the photo shows the nearest spiral galaxy to the Milky Way. The image showcases more than 100 million stars along with thousand star clusters entrenched in the galaxy’s pancake-shaped section that stretch across more than 40,000 light-years.
However, the image requires a disk space of 4.3GB so as people can view. Hubble also said that over 600 high-definition television screens are necessary to display the whole image. Finally, the panoramic image indicates only one-third of the galactic neighbor. A new video has also been released to make the image viewing easier.