The Universe is a vast, vast place. The objects you see here are galaxies, massive groupings of billions upon billions upon billions of stars, with even more so of planets. In one tiny spot of the night sky, no bigger than the head of a pin, you could find trillions of these celestial beauties.
The Pulkovo Observatory, located in St. Petersburg, Russia, has collaborated with Nova Star Corp. to unveil the second system of interest, HIP 93805, 125.20 light years away. It is now the second system in line to be pictured and concentrated on.