Open Culture, a blog on all things about learning out of Stanford University. Yesterday's post was entitled 10,000 Galaxies in 3D and it is an amazing video that is well worth watching. I encourage you to click over to Open Culture but I have provided the video below if you prefer to see it here.
The video is a terrific look at the Hubble Telescope's Ultra Deep Field Project. The power of Hubble is truly staggering. And to think Hubble would have been rendered much less useful if it hadn't been repaired by the Space Shuttle astronauts four times over the years (the last time less than a year ago). This is a great example of why it is important to keep moving forward with manned space flight.
Open Culture picked up the 10,000 Galaxies' video from the very interesting astronomy website, DeepAstronomy. This is also worth a look if you have any interest in the night sky.
All of this reminded me of one of my favorite Monty Python songs, The Galaxy. I found a version of the song on YouTube. The cleverness of the song is at least partly how well Eric Idle incorporates the science of cosmology into the song. Give it a listen.