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Hello there fellow earthlings!

I am a continual student of science. I love nature and I will always strive to comprehend it. That's whether it's the natural phenomena here upon the earth or throughout the universe.

What intrigues me the most, is the fact that our sun is just one of hundreds of trillions of stars in within the Milky Way...

There are hundreds of trillions of galaxies within the universe...Of which, the Milky Way is just one...

That's just plain AWESOME!!!

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Hello there fellow earthlings!

What intrigues me the most, is the fact that our sun is just one of hundreds of trillions of stars in within the Milky Way...

There are hundreds of trillions of galaxies within the universe...Of which, the Milky Way is just one...

That's just plain AWESOME!!!

er, actually, it's just plain wrong. but welcome anyway ;)

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Hello there N2Roswell,

Your comments remind me of Eric Idle's Galaxy Song from the Monty Python film The Meaning of Life. Look it up. There are some amazing astronomical facts in it and I believe they're quite accurate.

Dave ;)

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Hello there N2Roswell,

Your comments remind me of Eric Idle's Galaxy Song from the Monty Python film The Meaning of Life. Look it up. There are some amazing astronomical facts in it and I believe they're quite accurate.

Dave ;)

Too true:

"And pray that there's intelligent life in space because there's ****** all down here on Earth"

;)

Welcome to SGL N2Roswell

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Hello N2Roswell and welcome to the SGL.

I'm curious about your screen name - Does it refer to where you are or some other connection? I just recently moved from east of Albq. in NM - why I was asking.

And yes, the universe is an awesome entity and I feel privilaged to be able to ponder it, not to mention observing it while stargazing.

Wishing you many clear, dark skies and enjoy this forum - it's awesome too!

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Many people indeed refuse to believe that the universe we live in stretches way beyond planet they live on.

Here is a provoking thought for you. The visible universe we are able to observe accounts only for estimated 4-5% of the entire universe, due to period of inflation after the big bang. ;)

Welcome to SGL, Roswell!!!

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