I know it's not a Samsung thing.
But I follow space and science technology as well as technology here.
Just thought it would be interesting to share something I think is fascinating.
Recently the James Webb Space Telescope has been sending incredible images back to earth.
But this one kind of struck me. Similar as the Hubble Space Telescope sent back many years ago.
This one looks further into the cosmos though.
This is just part of a bigger imagine.
So represents a very tiny spot in the sky.
Every point of light is a Galaxy. The more red in colour, the farther away it is.
In the full image. The farthest Galaxies that can be detected will be in the region of 13 Billion Light Years away
The Universe is on an unimaginable scale.
To put into some sort of scale.
Our Galaxy, the Milky Way is approximately 100,000 light years across. So even if you could travel at 670,616,629 mph, the speed of light. So will still take you 100,000 years to get to the other side of the Galaxy.
The link below is to the full image.
The Webb Space Telescope home page