• To move across the milky way would take light 40,000 years, and this video spans the distance of a galaxy in a millisecond or two. So, 40,000 years is 14,610,000 days, is 350,640,000 hours, is 21,038,400,000 minutes, is 1,262,304,000,000 seconds, is 1,262,304,000,000,000 milliseconds. If we say that that the "camera" in this video is spanning the distance of a milky-way sized galaxy in 1 millisecond, then it's travelling atï»¿ 1,262,304,000,000,000 times the speed of light. VERY rough estimate.

• Needsï»¿ music :)

• and atï»¿ that speed, physics says u can see actually isnt it ??

• Wow, this is insane.. o-oï»¿

• That is One Quadrillion times theï»¿ speed of light, or 378 Sextillion miles per hour

• Diameter of Milky Way is actually 100-120kly, so your estimate should be cca 3 times higher. That means theï»¿ camera is moving at 120mly per second.

• This does not need music. This requires only that you observe inï»¿ silent awe.

• Palestrina - Surge, illuminareï»¿

• I think I have the math right, correct me if I'm wrong.

This reconstruction shows 400,000 galaxies, but that is only 1/ 500,000 of the known Universe that is thought to contain some 200 billion galaxies. Way beyond mind-boggling.ï»¿

• sloan should make another video like zooming out of the earth, galaxies, galaxy cluster.etc.ï»¿

• No words can explain the feeling I getï»¿ watching this. All of which I know, experience and feel , is challenged by this video.

• It'sï»¿ big