Science The Dance of Galaxies
posted by November 3 at 9:39 AMon
The eye of the world that thinks (or the eye of the one world that produces a substance that thinks about thinking), the Hubble telescope, recently enabled the mirror and recorder of deep space (thought) to reflect on a blue ring…
…[that] was formed after one galaxy (on the left) passed through another (the galaxy on the right). Just as a pebble thrown into a pond creates an outwardly moving circular wave, or ripples, an outwardly propagating ring of higher density was generated at the point of impact of the two galaxies. As this excess density collided with outer material that was moving inwards due to the gravitational pull of the two galaxies, shocks and dense gas were produced, stimulating star formation.
Poetry is the condition of all writing that details celestial events.