We are all stardust

That’s right. Your right hand probably comes from a different supernova explosion than your left hand. When supernovae and large stars explode, their explosion is so massive that the debris is scattered throughout the cosmos, leaving us with what makes us “possible,” not to mention the heavy elements, like platinum.

Super-high resolution video of the Andromeda galaxy, as seen by Hubble Telescope (NASA). Andromeda is a spiral type galaxy located in our Local Universe. It is 2 million light years away from us.