Sharpest Galaxy View of Andromeda Galaxy
This picture, caught with the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, is the biggest and most keen picture at any point taken of the Andromeda Galaxy— also called M31.
This is an edited rendition of the full picture and has 1.5 billion pixels. You would require more than 600 HD TV screens to show the entire Andromeda Pictures .
It is the greatest Hubble picture at any point discharged and appears more than 100 million stars and a huge number of star bunches installed in an area of the world’s hotcake molded plate extending across more than 40 000 light-years.