A Look At The Milky Way`s Future

Submitted by: piperfawn 4 years ago Science

Galaxies asplosion!
There are 23 comments:
Male 766
We won`t be around to see it . . . I mean as a species. We will be lucky to find Earth habitable in 50 years . . .
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Male 1,793
that`s it... I`ve had enough.. it`s the kind of thing faux "news" will balme on President Obama...
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Male 2,855
actually every galaxy in the virgo supercluster will merge eventually forming one big ass supergalaxy, prolly full of ewoks
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Male 2,586
Lol, Milky Way got eaten :-)
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Male 5,811
It`s been the prevailing opinion for years that Andromeda will swallow The Milky Way. Kind of inevitable, unless we can figure out how to stop galactic drift...
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Male 2,552
I`d be more interested in what would happen with the super-massive black holes at the center of each galaxy. Would the larger absorb the smaller? So many questions?!
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Male 514
This is pretty theoretical this supposed future. A lot can happen between now and then to prevent anything like this. Also has anyone heard the theory that the center of each galaxy is a black hole, thus the spiral effect?
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Male 1,526
Oh and I also have a problem with calling galaxies building blocks.
I`m ok with calling atoms building blocks of matter, because they can be arranged by humans and nature to form a wide variety of different things. No matter how you arrange the galaxies they would still only make "one" thing. And that is the universe. So unless you have proof of the universe is an part of some hyper giants underwear. Don`t.
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Male 6,737
Looking at films like this makes you realise how small you really are.
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Male 1,526
You don`t call natural phenomena constructions.
If you do you might as well say a dog doesn`t poo, it constructs a poop structure.
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Male 1,745
intrigid: I read/saw elsewhere that galaxies colliding doesn`t necessitate stars (like our sun) colliding with each other, in fact, that would be very unlikely. So most likely it wouldn`t even change whatever the life situation is, just make spectacular night time view for a few of billion years.
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Male 93
We are toast.
Eventually.
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Male 15,832
[quote]Eventually, the Milky Way and Andromeda will merge into a single entity some astronomers call Milkomeda.[/quote]
Some astronomers? Alright, name one.
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Male 166
@intrigid

We just have wait to see if cryogenics`s works out for us
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Male 2,737
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Male 1,586
I love explaining all of this galactic stuff to my students because it always gets them freaked out. (I always wait until the very end to tell them it`s usually a few billion years away.)
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Male 70
2 billion years!? I had better start preparing.
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Male 735
sorry, school made me hate learning
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Male 914

It kinda sucks that I`ll never know what will happen to life here on Earth when the galaxies collide.
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Male 5,874
Tch... once you`ve seen one intergalactic collision, you`ve seen `em all
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Male 38,044

BAH! Scientists!
What do they know!
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Male 5,044
Link: A Look At The Milky Way`s Future [Rate Link] - Galaxies asplosion!
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