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(Syfy)   Old and busted: When worlds collide. New cosmic hotness: When galaxies collide   (syfy.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Milky Way, Galaxy, bursts of star formation, different galactic collisions, clusters of stars, Different conditions, typical galaxy, kinds of star clusters  
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2021-01-24 7:33:31 PM  
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2021-01-24 7:35:38 PM  
Sees what you did here:

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2021-01-24 10:56:04 PM  
Yo mama's ass cheeks clapping
 
2021-01-24 11:47:21 PM  
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2021-01-25 1:43:37 AM  

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Absolutely love that album!
 
2021-01-25 4:03:53 AM  
The Andromeda Galaxy is due to collide with the Milky Way in 4.5 billion years or so.

Everyone should get on twitter and Facebook and let The Andromeda Galaxy know that's uncool and then unfollow, unfriend and downvote The Andromeda Galaxy if it doesn't change trajectory.
 
2021-01-25 5:17:57 AM  
But When Worlds Collide
Said George Pal to his bride
I'm gonna give you some terrible thrillsScience fiction (ooh ooh ooh) double feature
Doctor X (ooh ooh ooh) will build a creature
See androids fighting (ooh ooh ooh) Brad and Janet
Anne Francis stars in (ooh ooh ooh) Forbidden Planet
Wo oh oh oh oh oh
At the late night, double feature, picture show
 
2021-01-25 9:57:07 AM  

Trik: The Andromeda Galaxy is due to collide with the Milky Way in 4.5 billion years or so.

Everyone should get on twitter and Facebook and let The Andromeda Galaxy know that's uncool and then unfollow, unfriend and downvote The Andromeda Galaxy if it doesn't change trajectory.


The small galaxy known as the small Magellanic Cloud once passed right through our galaxy. And still causes distortion focused on where the cloud used to be located?
 
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