Astronomy is especially good for one thing: you feel like.
Take this recent development for example: astronomers have recently watched two galaxy merging, but because of the distance between us and the observed event, we know that this merger takes place in a non- incredible 1
B14 -65666 only a star formation, but new observations by a team of researchers from Waseda University of Tokyo have made evidence suggesting that B14-65666 is actually the result of two galaxies.
The team led by Takuya Hashimoto used new data from the Atacama Large Millimeter / submillimeter Array (ALMA) to discover what is believed to be the earliest known example of two galaxies that combine with one. The total mass of the whole thing seems to be 770 million times the size of our day.
Again, numbers are almost too big to understand.