16th Nov 2012

In case you haven’t already, check out 100,000 Stars, an interactive 3D visualization of our stellar neighbourhood. It’s a Google Chrome Experiment that draws on data from sources such as NASA and the European Space Agency to plot the stars closest to our own, helping you visualise our place in the galaxy. You can take a tour, or wander on your own. Happy exploration!

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