en-The Hubble Telescope observed how 3 galaxies shattered
The Hubble telescope, which is a little defective, still caught 3 different galaxies very far from the Milky Way. The news came recently and astronomers, astrophysicists, researchers and scientists are scared if this could happen with the Milky Way. All of this is over 389 light-years from Earth, in a constellation called Lynx. You know that the Milky Way is in the Local Group of Galaxies, like Andromeda, here the 3 galaxies are in the Arp 195 group. So, theoretically, this could also happen with the Milky Way. We remind you that, over 4.5 billion years, the Milky Way will collide with Andromeda.
As NASA and ESA research have shown, it is shown that they all have an extremely high gravitational force and start throwing stars, with each passing day, they get closer to each other, until a certain moment will be created. a "boom" between them. However, the fact that they started to tear apart and start pulling their arms made of stars, reciprocally, is serious. However, many say that of the three, the stars are far apart, and if they do not collide or form large supernovae, it is possible that all three are in a single, newly formed galaxy.
Of course, systems like the Solar System, if they exist in them, will be a little out of place, but they will be fine, yet when the Milky Way collides with Andromeda, it will happen about the same, turns into a single galaxy, but will be slightly moved.
We wish success to NASA, ESA and all those involved in this mission, including Hubble, Hubble success, after replacing its broken hardware with a spare one in July and now it works!
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