European Observatory (eso) 2 Spiral Galaxies Known As The Arp 271 Are Ready To Collide

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    According to the European Observatory (ESO),
    two spiral galaxies known as the Arp 271 are ready to collide !!!
    Two, gravitationally interaction, Galaxy,
    Galaxy 5426 and Galaxy 5427,
    have created a single link bridge
    where new stars begin to form.


    If the galaxy eventually run into each other,
    the collision will cause a wave of new star education
    over the next few million years.


    The same interaction can happen to our own galaxy,
    when it faces Andromeda Galaxy
    in the next five billion years, or so...


    https://cdn.mos.cms.futurecdn.net/3zzCzpZmMAwJ46ikJuZvyc.jpg

    Two spiral galaxies collectively known as Arp 271
    look like they're getting ready to collide.


    The two interacting galaxies, NGC 5426 and NGC 5427,
    have formed a bridge of material where new stars
    are beginning to form.


    If the galaxies do end up crashing into each other,
    the collision will trigger a wave
    of new star formation over the next few million years,
    according to the European Southern Observatory (ESO).


    This same type of interaction may happen
    to our own Milky Way galaxy
    when it collides with the Andromeda galaxy
    in the next five billion years or so…
     

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