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We Just Discovered How the Milky Ways Twin Was Destroyed

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Channel: Seeker
Categories: Astronomy   |   Science  
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The Milky Way doesn't just have one twin, it has multiple, and each one of them can tell us more about how our galaxy has lived and how it might be destroyed.

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"Now astrophysicists have discovered that the farther one travels from the galactic centre, the more warped and twisted the Milky Way's disc actually becomes. Its galactic plane isn't a straight line; instead, it looks a bit more like an elongated S."

Herschel and the Milky Way
" He was one of several people who in the mid- to late 18th century arrived at the idea that the Milky Way has the form of a flattened disk,"


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