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    You know what would be cool? Something like this, except that zooms out and shows the Solar System's spin, velocity, and position with respect to the Milky Way (it's at, like, a 120° angle from the galaxy's orbital plane), and then zooms out again to show the Milky Way's and Andromeda's rotational speed, angular orientation, and linear velocity with respect to both each other and the CMBR (the two galaxies are also at a significant angle to each other, something like 60° I think). This would provide us with Earth's actual absolute speed with respect to the CMBR representing a universal stationary reference frame, since that speed depends a little bit on where it is in its orbit around the Sun, and a lot upon the Solar System's position in its orbit around Sagittarius A*.
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