The long path to the message is lined with souvenir stands at spaced-out intervals. Part of the Carina Nebula not far from the Keyhole Nebula detail. See GRIN for some more information. HHHmmmmmmm… I would like to believe it is the four square city New Jerusalem the bible talks about in the book of Revaluations………. Namely Carina pronounced K means there not exactly the finger, but a thing represented by finger, if it happens to be a big one.
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