65+ Best Galaxy quotes: Exclusive Selection

Profoundly inspirational galaxy quotes will encourage growth in life, make you wiser and broaden your perspective.

Famous Galaxy Quotes

Now they’ll know they are with the L.A. Galaxy or D.C. United. — David Cameron

I was pretty shocked at the appearance of the Galaxy S phone and the extent to which it appeared to copy Apple products and the problems that would create for us. — Phil Schiller

It might come from a merging galaxy, either gas and stars, or even another black hole falling into an existing black hole. It might also be a large amount of the hot X-ray emitting gas that cooled to low temperature. Either way, it would represent the tail end of galaxy formation. — Paul Nulsen

I like the guys on the team and the coaching here. I especially like the management. The Galaxy have been really good to me. — Cobi Jones

Let’s say you need a perfectly obedient servant who never gets tired, never needs to be paid, and is virtually indestructible. If you’re in a galaxy a long time ago and far, far away, you’ll just fly off to the local droid auction and pick up one of those shiny gold models with lovely manners. — Kage Baker

The universe really is accelerating. By using Chandra to study galaxy clusters, we have obtained strong new evidence for dark energy and clear and direct confirmation that the expansion of our universe is accelerating. — Steve Allen

The Milky Way will collide in the future, in about 4 billion years with the galaxy Andromeda and that collision will lead to formation of a much bigger galaxy. So we have that to look forward to. — Pieter van

One important early application of RAVE aims to measure just how much stuff there is in our Milky Way galaxy — the collection of stars, gas and dark matter that is the home of our sun. Newton’s Law of Gravity allows us to figure out from the orbital motions of stars how much mass is holding them together. Faster motions need more mass. We know from analyzing the motions in other galaxies that there is a lot more mass than we can see and this dark matter appears to dominate. But we are not sure exactly how much dark matter is needed in our own galaxy, and we don’t know what the dark matter is made up of. That information is important, and the RAVE survey is going to help us answer some of those questions. — Rosemary Wyse

We know less about the structure of our own galaxy than we do about many nearby galaxies like Andromeda. We literally can’t see the forest for the trees because we are embedded inside our own galaxy, and interstellar dust blocks our view. — Mark Reid

We predict that other velocity tracers in the same elliptical galaxies will show higher velocities if they are less concentrated toward the galaxy center or if they move on more circular orbits. This is likely to be the case for compact star clusters, which are also observable in the outskirts of elliptical galaxies. — Avishai Dekel

The experience that night was fantastic. I think that’s where most of my enthusiasm comes from. It was an amazing atmosphere that they created there. We had the benefit of having the L.A. Galaxy against one of the bigger Mexican teams, so there was a large Hispanic crowd, but the point there is they are passionate about soccer. The fans are there; I know they are there because I’ve seen it. — Craig Waibel

I am both honored and blessed to have had such a wonderful career with the L.A. Galaxy and I am thankful for everything the club, the fans and the community has done for me and my family. — Cobi Jones

It is my honor to serve with you, the people of Idaho. This great state, this forty-third star in the galaxy of states that form the greatest nation in the world. — Dirk Kempthorne

The Galaxy showed an incredible commitment to me when they traded for me last year. By signing this long-term contract, I hope to repay their commitment to me for future seasons. — Todd Dunivant

The Force is what gives a Jedi his power. It’s an energy field created by all living things. It surrounds us and penetrates us. It binds the galaxy together. — Alec Guinness

We expect Galaxy to trigger modest, though perhaps not lasting, share gains for Sun, — Richard Farmer

Data from orbiting telescopes like NASA’s Kepler Mission hint that the tally of habitable planets in our galaxy is many billion. If E.T.’s not out there, then Earth is more than merely special – it’s some sort of miracle. — Seth Shostak

The dramatic plunge has left the Cartwheel Galaxy with a crisp, bright ring around a zone of relative calm. — Phil Appleton

The dynamics within the core of this neighboring galaxy may be more common than we think. Our own Milky Way apparently has even younger stars close to its own black hole. It seems unlikely that only the closest two big galaxies should have this odd activity. So this behavior may not be the exception but the rule. And we have found other galaxies that have a double nucleus. — Tod Lauer

We have a crew onboard of over a million people — their names are etched in a little silicon chip. As an astrobiology-type person, I’m intrigued by the thought that those names and that spacecraft will far outlive the Earth. When the Sun becomes a red giant and scorches the Earth, that spacecraft and those names will still be floating around the galaxy somewhere. — Don Brownlee

David Beckham is not bigger than the Galaxy. — Alexi Lalas

When we look out into space, we’re looking back in time; the light from a galaxy a billion light-years away, for instance, will take a billion years to reach us. It’s an amazing thing. The history is there for us to see. It’s not mushed up like the geologic record of Earth. You can just see it exactly as it was. — Margaret Geller

The population of the galaxy is really dominated by these very faint small stars. — Charles Lada

We make some individual mistakes that cost us the game, but I’m looking forward to playing the Galaxy again, 11-v-11, without any red cards, with no penalties. We get the red card and that changes the game. It was crucial. — Fernando Clavijo

Bally’s growing slot machine business within Macau and throughout Asia — along with serving a key Bally Systems customer, Sands Macau, and our Bally Table Management Systems (TMS(TM)) customer, Galaxy Entertainment Group — prompted the opening of this office, which further demonstrates our commitment to the region while establishing Bally for future expansion throughout the Asia-Pacific market. — John Connelly

These stars literally are castaways. They have been thrown out of their home galaxy and set adrift in an ocean of intergalactic space. — Warren Brown

We see enough energy coming out of these black holes to completely stifle star formation. This is an exciting finding because it demonstrates a direct interaction between black holes and galaxy formation, which is a hot topic in astrophysics right now. — Christopher Reynolds

One of the big mysteries about the black hole at the center of the galaxy is, ‘Why don’t we see emission from matter falling onto the black hole, or, rather, the black hole eating up its surroundings?’ — Andrea M. Ghez

Everybody in the galaxy started to figure out by February that the first quarter would be extremely strong across the industrial sector. — Brian Langenberg

Worlds may change, galaxies disintegrate, but a woman always remains a woman — James Kirk

How can you look at the galaxy and not feel insignificant? — Ridley Scott

The math is dead simple: it seems that the frequency of planets able to support life is roughly one percent. In other words, a billion or more such worlds exist in our galaxy alone. That’s a lot of acreage, and it takes industrial-strength credulity to believe it’s all bleakly barren. — Seth Shostak

I miss Doug just like everybody else does. If I can do my job half as well as he did, the Galaxy will be fine. — Alexi Lalas

We find active Super Massive Black Holes at the centers of massive galaxies. Our Galaxy also has its own black hole at its center measuring 2.6 million solar masses. Our black hole is not active today, but we presume it was active in the past. — Dr. Brandt

We now realize that there are distinctly different types of galaxy disks, — Ken Freeman

For most of human history we have searched for our place in the cosmos. Who are we? What are we? We find that we inhabit an insignificant planet of a hum-drum star lost in a galaxy tucked away in some forgotten corner of a universe in which there are — F. Sagan

He didn’t know why he had become president of the galaxy, except that it seemed a fun thing to be. — Douglas Adams

We’re observing at wavelengths where the galaxy is more transparent, and we’re bringing tens of millions of objects into the equation. — Robert Benjamin

It is mind-boggling to me that the Almighty power created everything I see; the Bible says that God created the entire universe just so he could create this galaxy just so he could create Earth so he could create human beings so he could create a family. — Rick Warren

I respected Alexi as a person as well as a player. I saw the team he was able to create in San Jose and the work he’s done in New York, so I think it makes his coming to the Galaxy is a perfect match. We look forward to the decisions he will make in the front office. He’s been there as a player and he’ll really have that perspective. — Kevin Hartman

(It) has left the Cartwheel galaxy with a crisp, bright ring around a zone of relative calm. — Phil Appleton

Estimates are that at least 70 per cent of all stars are accompanied by planets, and since the latter can occur in systems rather than as individuals (think of our own solar system), the number of planets in the Milky Way galaxy is of order one trillion. — Seth Shostak

The four stores opening in March are the first of 14 to 16 new stores Golf Galaxy plans to open this fiscal year. — Randy Zanatta

The makeup of our team has changed a great deal. When you put players like Claudio Suarez on the field who have been in so many big games … players with that kind of experience, it gives us a different mentality. With this group, there will be no concessions. Our guys feel like we’re a good team and now we’re ready to really go after the Galaxy and try to put them on their heels and really make it a good game. — Bob Bradley

This galaxy is a rare find — a tiny galaxy that is still building up the mass of its black hole. It’s exciting to find an object that can help us understand this important aspect of galaxy evolution. — Neal Miller

Although we are looking back to when the universe was only six percent of its present age, this galaxy has already built up a mass in stars eight times that of the Milky Way. — Richard Ellis

Hopefully, we’ll see all our favorite bounty hunters from Empire and others including Aura Sing searching the galaxy in the hunt for the scalps of any remaining Jedi, … Maybe we’ll see how Yoda ends up on Dagobah and what Alderaan does to annoy the Empire sufficiently to have it destroyed. — Mark Hamilton

L. R. H. in Clearing Procedure, 1957:The work was free. Keep it so.Therefore, although we have no such stature as the Great Philosophies, I charge you with this – look to source writings, not to interpretations. Look to the original work, not offshoots. If I have fought for a quarter of a century, most of it alone, to keep this work from serving to uphold the enslavers of Man, to keep it free from some destructive pitch or slant, then you certainly can carry that motif a little further. I’ll not always be here on guard. The stars twinkle in the Milky Way and the wind sighs for songs across the empty fields of a planet a Galaxy away. You won’t always be here. But before you go, whisper this to your sons and their sons – The work was free. Keep it so. — Ron Hubbard

Are we the only members of the Galaxy that can actually understand what a galaxy is? Could Homo sapiens really be the pinnacle of Creation – the cleverest critters in the cosmos? If we learn the answer is ‘no,’ that would affect our philosophies forever. — Seth Shostak

It’s really important that everyone understand this is not about me. It’s about the Galaxy and the veteran players on this team who have made an incredible sacrifice. — Steve Sampson

Our sun is one of 100 billion stars in our galaxy. Our galaxy is one of billions of galaxies populating the universe. It would be the height of presumption to think that we are the only living things in that enormous immensity. — Werner Braun

In November 2003 we merged Galaxy Entertainment Inc., with the Canadian assets of Cineplex Odeon Corp and named the company Cineplex Galaxy — Ellis Jacob

I had always seen myself as a star; I wanted to be a galaxy. — Twyla Tharp

Every time you log in to Facebook, every time you click on your News Feed, every time you Like a photo, every time you send anything via Messenger, you add another data point to the galaxy they already have regarding you and your behavior. — Jon Evans

The first voyagers to the stars will be creatures whose life cycle is matched to the voyage: the aeons involved in traversing the galaxy are not daunting to immortal beings. By the end of the third millennium, travel to other stars could be technically feasible. But would there be sufficient motive? — Martin Rees

Some groups believe that our neighbor, the Andromeda Galaxy – also known as M31 – is the most massive galaxy in our local group. But we suspect from our early results that our Milky Way is actually the local heavyweight. We are, with RAVE, on the verge of an answer. — Martin C. Smith

Galaxy is twice as powerful as previous satellites. It will play an integral role in the development of high definition television, — Joe Wright

I cannot possibly conceive of my planet Earth as the centre of a three-tiered universe. I know rather that the sun, around which my planet Earth revolves, is a middle sized star in a galaxy called the Milky Way that has over a hundred billion other suns or stars within it. — John Shelby Spong

I’m going to dance in all the galaxies. — Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

Where-so-ever beings exist throughout all galaxies, it doesn’t make any difference – you are all of them….and when they come into being, that’s you coming into being. — Alan Watts

Arcturus is the highest civilization in our galaxy, — Edgar Cayce

We see that all the hydrogen gas in this region of the Galaxy is disturbed, with many smaller outflows closer to the plane of the Galaxy and then a giant plume of gas that forms a sort of cap on the whole thing. — Yurii Pidopryhora

Our channel checks indicate that Sun’s new line of x86 ‘Galaxy’ servers are not yet shipping. This is disappointing given the high profile launch Galaxy received seven weeks ago. — Toni Sacconaghi

Our success both on and off the pitch, particularly last season, has put us in an excellent position to grow our business. Adding both Sunderland of England and the L.A. Galaxy of MLS to our schedule speaks volumes about the growth of the Portland Timbers. It’s shaping up to be a most exciting season. — Jim Taylor

This isn’t a new generation of servers aimed at grabbing a lot of new-to-Sun business. That’s what the Galaxy server it just announced is for. But this is a good upgrade. — Gordon Haff

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