You’re looking at The Milky Way Galaxy, As Seen From a 747
Astrophotographer Alex Merga captured the image June 7th, while aboard a red-eye flight from New York to London. The incredible shot was taken while traveling at 600 mph from around 37,000 feet above the Atlantic Ocean.
Over 90 exposures of 30 seconds or less were attempted with a fast lens and sensitive camera setting, using a small, flexible tripod and a blanket to block reflections of interior lighting.
"…my life, for the most part, has been very stale and colorless. Dead, I mean. The world has always been an empty place to me. I was incapable of enjoying even the simplest things. I felt dead in everything I did.’ He brushed the dirt from his hands. ‘But then it changed,’ he said. ‘The night I killed that man."
Punishment doesn’t mean you aren’t loved. On the contrary. You can really only punish someone you love.