The Milky Way and the Andromeda galaxy are predicted to collide in about 4 billion years. Notice in the simulation that the two galaxies pass through each other, move a bit apart and then collide again in a series of “bounces” until they completely merge.

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The Milky Way and the Andromeda galaxy are predicted to collide in about 4 billion years. Notice in the simulation that the two galaxies pass through each other, move a bit apart and then collide again in a series of “bounces” until they completely merge. The expectation is that this collision wouldn’t affect the solar system much, and that it is unlikely that any two stars would collide. Of course, by then the Sun will have expanded and it is unlikely that there would be anything alive on Earth to witness any of it!
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