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The Andromeda Galaxy (M31) - See the Glory

The Andromeda Galaxy (M31) ... Michael. October 3, 2013. Reply. Very nice photos!! I took a look at the Andromeda galaxy through binoculars last night.

We're on a collision course with the Andromeda Galaxy ...

An epic war is coming between our home galaxy and the Andromeda Galaxy, which is currently racing toward us at a speed of250,000 mph. Astronomers estimate 3.75 billion years from now, Earth will be caught up amidst the largest galactic event in our planet’s history, when these two giant galaxies ...

Alien Supercivilizations Absent from ... - Scientific American

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe ... Orange whorls of star-warmed dust fill the Andromeda galaxy's spiral arms in this false-color mid ...

See the return of the Andromeda Galaxy – Astronomy Now

This image of the Andromeda Galaxy, Messier 31, also shows its satellite galaxies, Messier 110 (top) and Messier 32 (lower right of M31’s nucleus). Dust lanes between the spiral arms of M31 can be seen in large amateur instruments, but the bright nucleus, M32 and M110 are easy targets for small ...

Dr. Gilbert's M31 Research - Space Telescope Science Institute

Why study Andromeda? Andromeda, like our own Milky Way, is a large spiral galaxy. To study our own stellar halo's global properties, astronomers must contend with our position within the galaxy, which requires disentangling the various constituent parts (thin/thick disk, bulge) and extremely large surveys covering vast portions of the sky.

Can galaxies be destroyed? - Quora

Can galaxies be destroyed? Update ... The greatest threat to the Milky Way is the collision it will have in the future with the Andromeda Galaxy. ... Michael Pollock ...

Hubble Captures the Sharpest-Ever View of the Andromeda Galaxy

NASA/ESA's Hubble telescope has just gotten the best look yet at the nearby Andromeda galaxy. Below is a cropped version of the image...

Messier 31: Andromeda Galaxy | Messier Objects

Messier 31 (M31), also known as the Andromeda Galaxy, is a famous spiral galaxy located in the constellation Andromeda.

Andromeda Galaxy had a much more Violent History than ...

To a distant observer, our own Milky Way and the Andromeda galaxy would probably look very similar. Although Andromeda is longer, more massive, and more luminous than the Milky Way, both galaxies are vast spirals composed of hundreds of millions of stars. Recently, The Hubble Space Telescope has ...

Super-Galaxies Don’t Become Cannibals Until Later in Life ...

Super-Galaxies Don’t Become Cannibals Until Later in Life; Super-Galaxies Don’t Become Cannibals Until Later in Life. ... If the central galaxy were ...

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