This image shows the latest results as colored dots superimposed on an artist’s conception of the Milky Way. Red dots show stars that formed when the Milky Way was young and small, while blue shows stars that formed more recently, when the Milky Way was big and mature. The color scale shows how many billion years have passed since those stars formed. Image via G. Stinson (MPIA)
Jörgen Tannerstedt, based in southern Sweden, told us that this fishing cottage was used by an eel fisherman named Valfrid Hahn until 1965. In the background you can see the lighthouse Långe Jan – Tall John – that lights up the area.