Zoom around the vast Milky Way in a browser

Just one of the many views available in 100,000 Stars.
(Credit: Google)
In the grand scheme of things, it’s fair to say our solar system is very tiny.
You might especially agree with that statement after viewing 100,000 Stars, a Google Chrome Experiment Web page that gives anyone the chance surf around the our slice of the universe from the comfort of their Internet browser. Spacesuit and oxygen supply optional.

After a few minutes of playing with 100,000 Stars, I zoomed out past the Oort cloud, Alpha Centauri, and the constellations — barely able to see our tiny speck of existence in…

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