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Star's Orbit Shift Reveals Galaxy's Collision With Milky Way 11.5 Billion Years Ago

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Star's Orbit Shift Reveals Galaxy's Collision With Milky Way 11.5 Billion Years Ago

Star's Orbit Shift Reveals Galaxy's Collision With Milky Way 11.5 Billion Years Ago

Scientists have long known that the Milky Way is what it is today because of mergers with other galaxies, but exactly when those occurred has been less clear.

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