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NASA: "Massive Starless Gas Cloud On a Collision Course With the Milky Way" (VIEW VIDEO)

30 million years from now, a massive cloud of gas will collide with the Milky Way. NASA astronomers are studying the incoming cloud and learning more about its origin. Since astronomers discovered the Smith Cloud plummeting toward the Milky Way,...
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