"In fact, a collision with the Andromeda Galaxy
is predicted to happen four billion years from now, which may not be great news for our home planet," he added.
That's because the furthest thing you can see in the galaxy without the aid of any telescope is(https://www.theguardian.com/science/2019/aug/25/starwatch-the-furthest-thing-you-can-see-with-the-naked-eye) the Andromeda Galaxy
, which is a collection of about a trillion stars that lies around 2.5 million light years from us.
The farthest object visible with the naked eye is said to be WHAT A SIGHT Andromeda galaxy
the Andromeda galaxy
, which is an incredible 2.6million light years from Earth.
[USA], Jan 13 (ANI): Astronomers have long estimated that the Andromeda galaxy
will collide with the Milky Way galaxy around 8 billion years from now.
Trailing down and to the right of the Square of Pegasus is Andromeda, in which lies M 31, the Andromeda Galaxy
. The bright star high in the north-west is Altair in Aquila the Eagle.
Allister Adams, a young superhuman is searching for Zosma Caster, a missing intergalactic refugee and vessel for an otherworldly energy source from the Andromeda Galaxy
. According to C20, this energy source promises the planets salvation.
For example, there are seven octillion atoms making up the human body distributed among the organs, tissues, nerves, fibers, fluids and more which ensure that the entire system runs smoothly as we go about our daily life, totally unaware--or that the body has 15 "other senses" or that our eyes are capable of seeing the Andromeda galaxy
2.5 million light years away?
A stacked image of our closest large galaxy, the Andromeda Galaxy
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Scientists at the University of Michigan have deduced that the Andromeda galaxy
, our closest large galactic neighbor, shredded and cannibalized a massive galaxy two billion years ago.
The result echoes similar findings for our own Milky Way Galaxy, as well as for the Andromeda Galaxy
Neil Roberts O yes, I can see the Andromeda Galaxy
One thing is for sure, he is far larger than an average human and most likely a native of the Andromeda galaxy