Hubble Sees Monstrous Cloud Boomerang Back to our Galaxy

I love these kinds of articles. A clod of hydrogen gas ejected from the Galaxy many aeons ago will apparently hit the Galaxy again in about 30 million years time. This impact will spark the birth of many suns in the region it hits. All of this has been based on information observed from the Hubble space telescope.

Shame I won’t be around to see it…

Simon šŸ™‚

No ownership claimed on images or material – Credit: NASA

http://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2016/hubble-sees-monstrous-cloud-boomerang-back-to-our-galaxy

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8 thoughts on “Hubble Sees Monstrous Cloud Boomerang Back to our Galaxy”

  1. Blimey ….it’s sounds kind of like when someone does an ‘SBD’ but on a Galactic scale with different gas and a more spectacular result …..ok maybe nothing like at all …fascinating tho:)

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      1. Hmmmm Gods maybe thinking let’s start again then ….Kabooom!!! Galactic firework display …then watch as planets etc evolve around these Suns as previous …..a few options this time …..of course many millenia away …..but I guess in God time that doesn’t really matter.

        Mind blowing stuff …. even worse than the cocktail stick conundrum:D:D:D:D

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      2. Hmmmm ……reckon God must have a sense of humour ….letting one off like that …..observing the Hubble scientists reaction …knowing God has let one off but waiting for the hit :D:D:D

        Sorry …really should not be blogging at mo …tea to make and work to do ….it’s quite nice having an intergalactic distraction tho ….RIGHT need to focus:D:D:D

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