A man in Tennessee has spent over five years taking detailed telescopic photos of a single constellation. The man is Matt Harbison and his obsessive astro-photographic endeavor is called Project Orion. Harbison took 2,508 hi-resolution images of Orion and spent some 500 hours on his project. He then stitched together the images to create a massive 2.5 gigapixel image revealing a stunningly detailed and beautiful image of the star system. The composite photo is like an ethereal piece of abstract art. Looking at Harbison’s images reminds us of a simple truth – The universe is BIG. And Orion, as massive as it is, is but a teeny speck of dust — if not smaller — in a mind-bogglingly gargantuan universe.