I’m so good
I’m so good, I am,
I’m so, so good, I am,
I’m so, so, so good, I am,
I’m so, so, so, so good, I am,
I’m so, so, so, so, so good, I am,
I’m so, so, so, so, so, so good, I am,
I’m so, so, so, so, so, so, so good, I am,
Your ideas mean I’m better every day, I am.
I’m so good, I am.
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Information on the attached image
The Milky Way is a spiral galaxy containing over 100 billion stars. It is over 100,000 light years (or 600,000,000,000,000,000 miles) in diameter and has a disk containing spiral arms and a dense central sphere or bulge. The center of our galaxy is not visible at optical wavelengths because it is hidden behind numerous clouds of gas and dust. However we can view the center of our galaxy in the infrared, since infrared rays can penetrate gas and dust. The image to the right is a combination of infrared data from the 2MASS and MSX projects. The Galactic plane runs horizontally along the image, and the Galactic center is the bright (yellow) object near the middle. In the blue regions (2MASS) many stars invisible to optical telescopes can be seen in the infrared. The red areas (MSX) show the distribution of dust near the center of our galaxy.