Andromeda galaxy is about 2.5 million light-years away, which is right next-door in a cosmic sense.
And it's showing you a picture of the Andromeda galaxy, thousands of light years away.
Andromeda galaxy whirled above them like a Fourth-of-July pin wheel.
In astronomy, the galaxy nearest to the Milky Way, usually seen as a large collection of stars arranged in a central core with spiral arms. The galaxy was given this name because the stars of the constellation Andromeda appear to enclose it.