Notícia terrível sobre a Via Láctea e Andrômeda

milky-way.jpgPor Ethevaldo Siqueira
30/11/2016 - Vamos desaparecer, juntamente com todo o Sistema Solar, com a colisão de nossa galáxia, a Via Láctea, e a galáxia vizinha Andrômeda. Mas demora um pouquinho para isso acontecer: será daqui a 10 bilhões de anos, anuncia matéria do site Space.com.

This is a nighttime view of the current sky, with the bright belt of our Milky Way. The Andromeda galaxy lies 2.5 million light-years away and looks like a faint spindle, several times the diameter of the full Moon. Image released May 31, 2012.

Veja a matéria completa em inglês:

This illustration is a before-and-after comparison of the size of our Milky Way galaxy at present, and after it fully completes a merger with the neighboring Andromeda galaxy 10 billion years from now. The merged galaxies will blend together to create an elliptical galaxy of aging stars. Our Sun now orbits in the Milky Way's disk. But after the merger, it likely will be tossed into a looping orbit that will bring it both nearer to the center and farther into the outskirts of the newly formed elliptical galaxy. Image released May 31, 2012.

During the first close approach, the sky is ablaze with new star formation, which is evident in a plethora of emission nebulae and open young star clusters. Image released May 31, 2012.
During the first close approach, the sky is ablaze with new star formation, which is evident in a plethora of emission nebulae and open young star clusters. Image released May 31, 2012.

This series of photo illustrations shows the predicted merger between our Milky Way galaxy and the neighboring Andromeda galaxy, as it will unfold over the next several billion years. The sequence is inspired by dynamical computer modeling of the inevitable future collision between the two galaxies. Image released May 31, 2012.

This illustration shows the inevitable collision between our Milky Way galaxy and the Andromeda galaxy approximately 4 billion years from now. The galaxies are moving toward each other under the inexorable pull of gravity between them. A smaller galaxy, Triangulum, may be part of the smashup. Image released May 31, 2012.

http://www.space.com/15944-milkyway-galaxy-crash-andromeda-artist-pictures.html?utm_source=notification

 

Deixar seu comentário

0
termos e condições.
  • Nenhum comentário encontrado

newsletter buton