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Cosmic Rays Are Starting to Tear a Milky Way Satellite Galaxy Apart

rod

Oct 22, 2019
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Researchers recently released simulations of the Large Magellanic Cloud — a satellite galaxy of the Milky Way — and found that cosmic rays from a starburst event are starting to rip it apart.

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"One thing is for sure: When it comes to the Large Magellanic Cloud, the next few billion years are going to be very interesting."

Indeed, the LMC will be interesting. The report shows the arrow of time runs towards death for the universe :)
 
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"One thing is for sure: When it comes to the Large Magellanic Cloud, the next few billion years are going to be very interesting."

Indeed, the LMC will be interesting. The report shows the arrow of time runs towards death for the universe :)
The article says that the galaxy is getting torn apart in one sentence, then a couple of sentences later says it's holding itself together. How can something simultaneously be holding itself together and be getting torn apart?
 

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