There's something huge out there... beyond the edge of our universe. Something so incomprehensibly massive that it's pulling entire galaxies towards it. Scientists believed that the movement of galaxies was random, with galaxies traveling in various directions & sometimes colliding with each other. But in 2008, scientists discovered a group of galaxy clusters moving at much greater speeds, all heading towards the same location in space. This shouldn't be so, unless there is something..
Encke’s Comet – 1828 (1), Halley’s Comet – 1835 (2), Biela’s Comet – 1846 (3), Great Comet of 1843 (4), Comet of 1744 (5) Drawings by Struve (1), Bessel (2), Struve (3), and Cheseaux (5) From A Treatise on Astronomy by Elias Loomis, LLD, 1868. Available at Google Books.
Collisions play an important role in galaxy evolution. These two galaxies—the Whirlpool and its companion—are relatively nearby at a distance of just 23 million light-years from Earth. IRAC sees the main galaxy as very red due to warm dust: a sign of active star formation that probably was triggered by the collision.
Amazingly Beautiful Full Moon with Part of Greece: Thessaly, Epirus, Ionian sea, Macedonia and Thrace. The North Aegean islands the Dardanelles with Constantinople the Balkan Peninsula & the Black Sea