The night sky (in 3.75 billion years) →

June 1st, 2012

It looks spectacular. This is the view from Earth in 3.75 billion years. The Milky Way (our galaxy) on the right, and on the left: Andromeda – a whole other galaxy – on a collision course. Apparently we’ll be quite safe from the collision, though there’s plenty of other ‘disasters’ to survive before then.

One Response to “The night sky (in 3.75 billion years)”

  1. If in 3.75 billion years we’re still on this planet I doubt it’d be much of a loss if it was the end of us…

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