Located over 12 billion light years away exists the most massive water reservoir in existence—which contains almost 140 trillion times the amount of water in all of earth’s oceans combined. As published by Fast Company, “researchers found a lake of water so large that it could provide each person on Earth an entire planet’s worth of water—20,000 times over”. This water reservoir surrounds a quasar; a quasar is a gargantuan black hole that swallows the encircling ring of matter, such as space dust and gaseous material, simultaneously ejecting massive amounts of energy. The black hole that is shrouded by this unimaginably humungous cloud of water is said to be 20 billion times the size of the sun, and produces an amount of energy equivalent to that of trillions and trillions of suns. However, it’s the reservoir that’s even more fascinating, since it can fill up planets in many galaxies—all to be as moist and wet as our own planet!