NASA released its largest Hubble Space Telescope image composite ever, and it's of the Andromeda galaxy, our neighbor that's about 2.5 million light-years away.
Here's the panorama in its entirety — which shows more than 100 million stars — and below you can see each segment up close.
It's the sharpest composite image yet, with 7,398 exposures taken over 411 individual pointings. To give you a sense of its magnificence, NASA likens it to taking a picture of the beach and resolving individual grains of sand.
Starting from the left:
The image has more than 1.5 billion pixels, which would require roughly 600 HD TVs to display, if you were thinking about it.