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Galactic Merger


Galaxies slowly merge as seen from a distant planet

Galactic Merger (2009) - From the surface of a small planetary body located within a cluster of galaxies, we witness the collision of two neighboring galaxies. These titanic events, which play out over millions of years, are fairly commonplace throughout the observable universe. Our own Milky Way galaxy is on such a collision course with the Andromeda Galaxy.

Copyright 2009, James Hervat



NOTE: the watermarks seen on the above image do not appear on the prints.

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