Fast: The Andromeda (pictured) is plowing toward Earth's galaxy at roughly 250,000 miles per hour, which is the equivalent of traveling from Earth to the moon in 60 minutes

Fast: The Andromeda (pictured) is plowing toward Earth's galaxy at roughly 250,000 miles per hour, which is the equivalent of traveling from Earth to the moon in 60 minutes

Urup Island, Russia | 28 Incredibly Beautiful Places You Won't Believe Actually Exist

Urup Island, Russia | 28 Incredibly Beautiful Places You Won't Believe Actually Exist

Impact: Earth won't be destroyed when the Andromeda smashes into the Milky Way (pictured), but stars will likely be tossed into different orbits and it will take an additional two billion years for the two galaxies to totally merge

Impact: Earth won't be destroyed when the Andromeda smashes into the Milky Way (pictured), but stars will likely be tossed into different orbits and it will take an additional two billion years for the two galaxies to totally merge

Change: When the two galaxies collide, the sun (pictured) will be catapulted across another area of the galaxy

Change: When the two galaxies collide, the sun (pictured) will be catapulted across another area of the galaxy

Fujisan - Mt. Fuji  / Today's Water Color

Fujisan - Mt. Fuji / Today's Water Color

Naked Earth - Mývatn Geothermal Peninsula, North Iceland    The amazing landscape in the geothermal peninsula Mývatn, north Iceland. A strange place of boiling and burning ground. The light at sunrise made this place even more surreal, like a base on Mars. Not a single tree, nor single plant around. Just Naked Earth.

Naked Earth - Mývatn Geothermal Peninsula, North Iceland The amazing landscape in the geothermal peninsula Mývatn, north Iceland. A strange place of boiling and burning ground. The light at sunrise made this place even more surreal, like a base on Mars. Not a single tree, nor single plant around. Just Naked Earth.

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