The Andromedia Galaxy – located 2.5 million light years away, but heading toward us at 250,000 miles per hour – is on a collision course with the Milky Way. However, will any heavenly bodies be destroyed when the event occurs? Continue reading to find out.
The two galaxies have enough space between them that any direct collision of heavenly bodies is unlikely. But the Sun won’t be getting off so easy; it’ll probably be flung into another part of the galaxy.