Our galaxy has 10 to 20 “billion” Sun-like Stars and our galaxy is home to 150 billion M-dwarfs, and maybe more, adding up some 80% of galaxy’s stellar population. Each one of those dots that we call “stars” are really whole galaxies out there in space. Our strongest telescopes can only reach the distant horizon and nothing has seen beyond that edge.
- Billions of Stars in the Galaxy! (scienceblogs.com)
- Stunning Image Of The Milky Way Galaxy Shows A Billion Stars! (techie-buzz.com)
- A colossal “superwind” is blowing all across this galaxy [Space Porn] (io9.com)