If you were not bound by ordinary human reality like being alive? Here’s a look …
A Flight Through the Universe, by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
One commenter notes,
To move across the milky way would take light 40,000 years, and this video spans the distance of a galaxy in a millisecond or two. So, 40,000 years is 14,610,000 days, is 350,640,000 hours, is 21,038,400,000? minutes, is 1,262,304,000,000 seconds, is 1,262,304,000,000,000 milliseconds. If we say that that the “camera” in this video is spanning the distance of a milky-way sized galaxy in 1 millisecond, then it’s travelling at 1,262,304,000,000,000 times the speed of light. VERY rough estimate.
All this with your morning coffee!
Hat tip: “Starts with a BANG!,” which has collected many other great universe graphics.