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Colin Devroe

Photographer. Podcaster. Blogger. Reverse Engineer.

When galaxies collide

October 20, 2006

An international team of astronomers have surmised that Andromeda, the galaxy closest to our own Milky Way, suffered a head-on collision with another galaxy some 210 million years go – resulting in what is now an odd-shape for a galaxy.

Now that is what I call a Cold Case solved. And, as an aside: if Cold Case covered topics such as this, it might actually be a good show.

[tags]space, astrology, andromeda, milky way, cold case[/tags]