Look up at the night sky somewhere so dark out that you can see the sky full of stars. Billions and billions of stars.

All those stars are  huge. Plus there’s all that gas that just floats around in space, making those beautiful pictures we see, compliments of the Hubble telescope.

But what you see is a tiny fraction of what’s out there because most of the universe is too far away to be seen, 68% is dark energy, and 27% is dark matter.

All are invisible, even with our powerful telescopes. Not even Hubble can show them to us.

This means we have only seen 5% of the universe from earth.

Makes you think.

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