This particular object in the constellation Lepus stands out from the crowd. It’s actually two separate galaxies whooshing past each other at about 2 million km/h. That’s probably so fast that they won’t merge and form a single galaxy. However, because they’ll pass within about 20,000 light-years of each other, the galaxies will distort one another through the force of gravity, warping each other on a grand scale.
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