I remember the Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar a little late every year, but I do remember it. Head over to The Atlantic to see a photo from Hubble every day and get some good perspective.

“This galaxy, known as NGC 1032, is located about a hundred million light years away in the constellation Cetus. This view is looking right at the edge of what is actually a spectacular spiral galaxy, with a broad disc of gas and dust dimming some of the light of its many stars along the middle.”