We are made of stars
We are all made from the dust of dying stars. The stars that made us burned out eons ago. We see stars being born today that have already burned their last. The stars we see today may also be long gone. As we join the stars through space travel, the stars we will navigate by cannot be seen by our eyes yet.
The instruments we use to see the stars are getting bigger and more precise. And we can see further into our universe than ever before. Many of these images are compiled and derived from the Hubble and James Webb Telescopes. They are tools to help us understand the origins and the dynamics of the universe, and everything in it, including us.