This morning we watched a stunning video from Nature - The International Weekly Journal of Science, showing superclusters of galaxies.
It's a short video. Short enough that I suggest you first watch it with the sound off just to appreciate the imagery . . . an imagery of tangles drawn by strokes of galactic trajectories, within three dimensional strings of universal scale, creating mosaics with other superclusters.
We wrote in The Book of Zentangle,
Our world is awash in patterns.
Our world is patterns.
Our night sky displays one perspective . . . but step back a few fractals and appreciate the elegant patterning of supercluster tangles dancing within cosmic boundaries of 3D strings (nicely displayed at 3:00 in this video).
"Laniakea" translates from Hawaiian to English as "Immeasurable Heaven" . . . how wonderfully reassuring.