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This is how galaxies interact each other
posted April 6 2011 19:48.08 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Stars are relatively far to each other, so an interaction between them is extremely rare. But galaxies are relatively close. Such galaxies pass close enough to each other that their mutual gravity can stretch and distort their shapes. Eventually, interacting galaxies merge together to form a single larger galaxy. These interactions take millions of years. Here is how we can study them, as explained by astrophysicist Frank Summers, uploaded by youtube user HubbleSiteChannel



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Tags: simulation   telescope   revealed   extreme   documentary   animation   crazy photo/video   space related   
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