Crispy Gamer writes: "I'm scrolling back on my mouse wheel when it hits me. Every speck of light I see on my computer screen is star -- a solar system that I can actually visit so long as I keep my spacecraft gassed up. There seem to be, in the parlance of Carl Sagan, billions and billions of them. The tiny points of light spiral off into the distance, radiating from the center of the Milky Way like legs of a starfish. I'm having a David Bowman moment: Like Keir Dullea in the movie "2001: A Space Odyssey," I'm catching a glimpse of something bigger than myself -- something I'm not sure I can completely comprehend. My eyes go wide and something pops deep inside the recesses of my monkey brain. Mind blown".