We've been discussing similar photos (and the new geysers on Mars) in the Skeptics Club, but this is of general interest to many. First up, this new picture from the Hubble telescope of the Large Magellanic Cloud:
But as to this photo, look closer -- I’ve zoomed in on one section. See if you see it:
See those fuzzies in the picture? Those are galaxies, seen right through all the garbage floating in the LMC. We’re peering through our galaxy to see another, and then poking right through that one to those beyond.
Next photograph is from the Spitzer telescope, and it's of the gas clouds in the Constellation Orion:
Beautiful. Just like a painting. It blows the mind how huge our universe is.