This is a crisp and clear star size chart to help me understand my place in the universe.
From the Project:
"100,000 Stars is an interactive visualization of the stellar neighborhood created for the Google Chrome web browser. It shows the location of 119,617 nearby stars derived from multiple sources, including the 1989 Hipparcos mission. Zooming in reveals 87 individually identified stars and our solar system. The galaxy view is an artist's rendition based on NGC 1232, a spiral galaxy like the Milky Way."
North Carolina-based photographer Daniel Lowe explains:
These scenes are created by stacking a sequence of long-exposure, high-resolution digital photographs in Adobe After Effects and allowing each photograph to linger on the screen for a short duration of time before fading.
Timelapse, yeah, still not sick of it. Especially when it captures things like star tracks, which I could never see with just my eyes.