This galaxy is having a bad millennium. In fact, the past 100 million years haven’t been so good, and probably the next billion or so will be quite tumultuous. The upper left galaxy used to be a normal spiral galaxy, minding its own business, until the one toward its right, crashed into it.
Source: apod.nasa.gov via Buzzfeed

Category: Science, Weekend

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One Response to “Crashing Spiral Galaxies”

  1. Greg0658 says:

    CNBCs green and red board of squares had the longest opening settleout I’ve ever seen – they had to cut away to talk talk before it was even done.