What would the Milky Way galaxy look like from across the universe?

From ABC Science, 26 August 2015: Apart from being home to the only known forms of life in the universe, our Milky Way galaxy isn’t all that unique. It’s a typical large spiral galaxy, between 100,000 and 180,000 light years wide and containing between 200 billion and 400 billion stars. The Milky Way has four Continue reading What would the Milky Way galaxy look like from across the universe?