NASA, (Nebraska Association of Science Association- I think) isn’t just fancy suits and zero-gravity pens, they’re also in the picture takin’ business, and cousin, business is a boomin’! This is a little late, but with all that government red tape, I’d actually say, this is right on time. Way back in 2015, before a single human set foot on the moon, NASA went and took their fancy ol’ Hubble Telescope, and fired off 411 photos of our nearest, and dearest neighbor, the Andromeda Galaxy. They then took all those photos, and stitched them together into a beautiful tapestry, and came out with a 1,500,000,000 pixel photograph- the largest ever. To get a sense of how large, I urge you to watch this video full-screen, on the largest screen you can find- air play this puppy right onto your television. As you pan across the hundreds of millions of stars, take a pause every once an a while, and experience the full spectrum of just how dang big this photo is, and just how gargantuan the universe is, and just how itty-bitty you are. So, when you think “Man, I wish Starbucks wasn’t so far way…”, it really isn’t. Oh…. hire us for your next Las Vegas video production or Long Beach video production– we’re the best at it.

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James Moore

James Moore is an associate producer at FiveSix Productions in Las Vegas, Nevada. He has a B.S. in Film from Full Sail University, and enjoys nature photography and script writing on the side.