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Colin Devroe

Reverse Engineer. Blogger.

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]