The nearest galaxy will slam in the Milky Way galaxy and send the Solar System, where the Earth lives, damages the space, Forbes reported, citing a journal article from the Royal Astronomical Society.
The large Magellanic Cloud (LMC), a dwarf galaxy, can also wake up the dormant black hole of the galaxy, known as the Sagittarius A *, this study has said that this study has said. After this hole will destroy the surrounding gas, ten times more and high-energy radiation will spread, the report said.
But this "cosmic fireworks" is not likely to affect life on earth, unless it is already thrown into space, according to the report.
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Working with Finland's Helsinki University, according to the Astrophysicists of Durham University, this event can happen in approximately two billion years, according to Forbes report.
According to Forbes, a postdoctoral mate's leading friend in the Computational Cosmology of Durham University, Dr. "It is a very long time of two billion years as compared to the human lifespan, it is a very short period of time," says Maris Koutun.
"The destruction of LMC, as it has been destroyed by the Milky Way, will make a terrible destruction with our Milky Way, accelerate the black hole in its center and transform our galaxy into 'Active Galactic Nucleus' or Quasar.'