It is the result of combining supercomputer simulations with Chandra data
Scientists have found what looks like an exceedingly small galaxy in the orbit around our own Milky Way Galaxy
This could actually treat future Earthlings to "a spectacular display of cosmic fireworks"
"The Milky Way is a cannibal"
One "galactic tick" represents 1/100th of an arcsecond’s worth of the orbit of our solar system around the Milky Way. Got that?...
SPT2349’s mass is about 10 trillion times larger than our sun
A trip through some of humanity's most spectacular galactic glimpses
People who believe in the singularity of the human race might be in for a shock
Guests will be immersed into the Star Wars story the moment they arrive!
They appear to be “rogue” planets not circling a star in a conventional solar system but roaming free around the far-off galaxy!