This video represents one of two "film strips" in a 3D movie based on data from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, showing what the left eye would see as the "camera" flies -- much faster than the speed of light! -- among some 400,000 relatively nearby galaxies. Because the view from the right eye is missing, some artifacts occur that would not be evident in 3D, such as galaxies that vanish as they approach the "camera." Because focusing on really close objects in 3D is impractical, these objects had to be cut when they came too close. The video was made by Yushu Yao of the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) at Berkeley Lab, with contributions from Prabhat of Berkeley Lab's Computational Research Division and David Schlegel of the Physics Division.