Aways had a massive interest in astronomy, especially when I was younger. Up until I realised I didn't have the grades to work at NASA it was pretty much my dream...lols . That aside I stilllove chatting and debating about astronomy and everything that involves the universe we live in. Just today I was randomly watching some videos about Galaxies and stumbled across a rather ineresting video comparing the size of our galaxy with the of he largest known galaxy. Ours is over 100,000 lightyears across while M87 is a massive 6 million lightyears across! That's 60 times larger than ours...makes you feel kind of insignificant doesn't it? Really got me thinking though. I mean at how much we still haven't discovered and that with so much space there MUST be something else out there. Anyone else interested in this subject?