|24 Jun 2007 @ 05:37, by Anthony Marsh|
I found this the most intresting artical this year, Mayan calendar of events? I had read a few years ago, that our galixy collided with Sagitarius-A, billions of years ago, and that we are so small that a collision probably wouldn't have an effect on us. But, here we are, looking into space, seeing what was writen about in all sorts of ancient texts. Its like the discovery of the Roseta Stone, or the timely release of it to the masses. Because no matter, we are still looking at what happened in the very distant past, and light speed is a whole lot different than projectile speed. :}
"For only a few percent of its 240 million-year orbit around the Milky Way galaxy does our Solar System pass through the path of Sagittarius debris," Majewski said. "Remarkably, stars from Sagittarius are now raining down onto our present position in the Milky Way. Stars from an alien galaxy are relatively near us. We have to re-think our assumptions about the Milky Way galaxy to account for this contamination."
5 Jan 2017 @ 04:30 by Carlos Byrd @126.96.36.199 : bcarlos123
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