The Milky Way galaxy will eventually cease to exist in about 4 billion years. We’re headed for a collision with Andromeda, our nearest neighbor. Thanks to scientists with the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research, we now have an updated picture of what that galactic catastrophe might entail.
In the aforementioned video, researchers demonstrate a computer simulation of this entirely natural feature of existence as a galaxy. A galaxy must constantly expand and occasionally consume or be eaten by other galaxies.
Andromeda and the Milky Way are currently 2.5 million light-years apart. They travel thousands of kilometers per hour as they race toward one another.
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