have set jointly what they are claiming the biggest astronomical picture to time in a stunning 46 Giga pixel compound image of the Milky Way. The astronomers at Germany's Ruhr-Universität Bochum photographed extended part of the Milky Way above a time of five years from the university's observatory situated in a desert in Chile.
In its entirety, the compound is complete up of 268 images, with the university saying that 50,000 innovative changeable objects have been revealed by the researchers so far gratitude to the development.
The picture, which is about 855,000 pixels extensive by 54,000 tall, is on 194 gigabytes in size, so whereas you can't download the image, the university has formed an online viewer that you can discover for yourself. "If you would want to display this in full resolution on full HD TV screens, you would need more than 22,000 screens," Moritz Hackstein, a PhD candidate concerned with the assignment. Using the online instrument, you can zoom into detailed areas of the Milky Way, or to create it even easier, you can even look for for a exact thing or star.