This is a small collection of fun, interesting, and educational movies I have cobbled together from a variety of sources. I can't thank (or even identify) all sources, but special thanks go to Chirs Mihos (interacting galaxies) and Derek Richardson (comets).
HST pictures of the giant low surface brightness galaxy UGC 6614:
Some close-ups from the V-band image:
Many galaxies are seen in the background above the difuse spiral arm:
Indeed, many background galaxies are seen right through the spiral
arms: this galaxy is optically thin!
The many small, discrete sources are open clusters and associations
of hot young stars.
There are nifty high redshift galaxies all over the place:
10 ULSBG galaxies found in one of the 100 fields:
The ULSB galaxies are right at the centers of the boxes, which are 2 arcminutes on a side.
These 10 boxes represent just 1% of the area of the field above.