1/24,000,000. One 24-millionth. One degree of sky.
In 1995, the Hubble Telescope team, lead by Robert Williams, decided to take a peek at one tiny degree of blank sky near the handle of the Big Dipper. Not to take a look at millions of things already visible, but at a place they couldn't see a thing.
Using long exposures over the course of ten days, this is what they found. Over 1,500 Galaxies, in only one-24-Millionth of the universe.
Perhaps it should remind us to take a second look at things and to realize there is much we know nothing about, just waiting to be discovered.