The Great Magellic Cloud has been devastated to collide with the Milky Way, and as a result of the collision, it can awaken the dormant black hole in the middle of our galaxy and send the solar system into interstellar space, according to a study by researchers, Durham University (United Kingdom).
The Milky Way is surrounded by a set of small satellite galaxies, orbiting its surroundings, such as the Large Magellanic Cloud, which is approximately 163,000 light-years away. Sometimes, dwarf galaxies clash and are exploited by their hosts.
Scientists believed that the Large Magellic Cloud would travel to the Milky Way for many years, but recent measure suggests that satellite galaxies are almost twice as thick as possible.
Because of its large amount, the Large Magellic Cloud quickly loses energy, so researchers have predicted that it will collide with our galaxy within 2 billion years, long before the expected impact of the Milky Way galaxy and Andromeda, it will occur within 8,000 million years.
When 2 billion years is a long time, it is "too short" on global scales. According to the study's leading author Marius Cout, in addition to awareness from the Black Hole, in collision with the Large Magellick Cloud, astronomical sources of galactic energy will turn our galaxy into "active galactic nucleus or quasar".
"This phenomenon will produce a powerful jet of high-energy radiation arising out of the black hole", Says Quaton. After the black hole wakes up, it will erode the surrounding gas and increase its size to ten times, which will pull the solar system out of the galaxy.