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The upcoming collision of our galaxy with the Andromeda [Space]
posted January 26 2013 15:37.41 by Giorgos Lazaridis

The Andromeda galaxy is the nearest galaxy to our Milky Way. Scientist now know that the Andromeda is on a collision course with the Milky Way. They are gravitationally bounded and the upcomming collision is simply inevitable.
But don't worry. There are two main reasons why you shouldn't pack your staff for high grounds - First of all, the stars inside a galaxy are millions of miles apart from each other, so star collisions are most unlikely to happen, especially at the outer regions of galaxies (that we are located ourselves). And second, this collision is planned to happen after some 4 billion years time...

[Link: Space Rip]

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