The universe is vast and rich beyond measure. There are many times more maybe even oders of magnetude more stars in the known universe than are grains of sand on every beach, desert, sandbox, and vollyball courts and similar sediments of the world, ths is just with our current shallow census of the stars in te universe this may be a very conservative estimate. Our entire solar system goes around just one star. Wether there is a quintillion tetrated to a septillion, a sexstillion tetrated to an octillion, a nonillion tetrated to a undecillion, a Googol tetrated to a Googolplex, a Centillion pentated to a Micrillion, a Picillion pentated to an Atillion, a Nanillion pentated to a Megillion, a Gigillion hexated to a Yatillion, a Terrillion hexated to a Googolquadplex, a Googolquinplex hexated to a Googolsexplex, a Googolseptaplex heptated to a Googoloctoplex or a Googolnanaplex heptated to a Googoldecaplex number of Planck volumes, particles or stars or whatever in the universe it is still amazing. Infinity is a somewhat applicable concept. Thank you for making.