The heavens declare the glory of God. Who can look at a night sky without worshipping the Creator who made and sustains the stars? Even atheists do it, though they call their gratitude ‘a sense of wonder’ and deny the religious tinge to their awe. Human achievement has not made God less impressive. The further we can see and measure, the further we see his reach.
Glory is the admiration and love that we properly feel towards God for his achievement and greatness.
As remarkable as the infinite galaxies are, they are not his principal glory.
And the Lord God spake unto Moses, saying: The heavens, they are many, and they cannot be numbered unto man; but they are numbered unto me, for they are mine.
And as one earth shall pass away, and the heavens thereof even so shall another come; and there is no end to my works, neither to my words.
What God proposes to do to Man is a greater wonder than the endless and ordered procession of the heavens.