The universe is vast, but most of the time we only get to see a tiny fraction of it.
We know that some of the most iconic works of science fiction, like 2001: A Space Odyssey and Star Wars, are based on real events.
We can’t even say what the vast majority of our universe is like, much less what happens in it.
But we can say a lot about the nature of the universe and the nature that makes it fascinating.
To get a sense of what the universe is, we need to look at the vastness of the Milky Way galaxy.
As a galaxy, it’s about 10 billion light-years across, making it one of the largest.
It contains over 1.5 billion stars, making up about 70% of the total mass of the observable universe.
We’re lucky enough to live in a galaxy that is so large, because there are many more stars in the galaxy than in our own.
And because the Milky