I know there are 100 billion - 400 billion stars in the Milky Way Galaxy. So each of the dots in the image below might be a star or a cluster of stars.
A video is trying to explain how large the (visible) universe is, starting with the following
Where we left off in the last video, we were just kind of staring, amazed, at this Earth's view of the Milky Way galaxy.
just making sure we understood how enormous and how many stars we were looking at.
And even if each of these dots were a star, this is a huge amount of stars.
I re-group the starter into 3 sentences as shown above and I'm confused the second one. Is the part of the first sentence or part of another incomplete one, something like the one below?
I'm just making sure we understood how enormous and how many stars we were looking at.