Sydney, Australia. – Star Wars? No! This does not apply to science fiction, a a huge struggle between the two galaxies It was discovered by astronomers. It's about it Small and large Magellanic Cloud, are two dwarf-galaxies that are close to Linnunrad, but not just that something runs out very badly.
A group of astronomers, using the Blanco telescope's dark energy camera in Chile, observes a violent confrontation for the first time in detail. According to a study released on Thursday, November 8, "one under the brutality" disappears one of them.
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Experts created a very poor map of the outer edge of the clouds, revealing that the distribution of the stars of different eras to Little Cloud would have been an unpleasant scene for the big cloud over billions of years.
The Great Magellanic Cloud hits a small partner, says Dougal Mackey, a researcher at Australian National University (ANU), who participated in this research.
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According to Mackey, ANU's statement shows how small outer parts of the small cloud are "very elongated" at each end.
The researcher points out that the larger Magellanic Cloud has not strayed into confrontation and shows deformities and "big distortions" in its environment.
This battle is very similar to that of David and Goliath if the boy had not been so lucky with the shot he made on his ankles, he said.
The Milky Way might end up being consumed in the Magellanic Clouds battle
Astronomers believe that Magellanic Clouds ultimately consumes the Milky Way, even though they know how long they have before they disappear.
Scientists are also exploring in detail how far the youngest stars are Magallanes, the small and large cloud, known as the Magellanic Bridge.
They also found a small unknown galaxy called Hydrus I, located between the two clouds.
This galaxy is part of a top quality dwarf called a class whose existence was only discovered about ten years ago. They are extremely poorly light dwarves, and they still have a lot of dark matter, he said.