Research at the University of Durham in the United Kingdom showed that a galaxy was approaching the dairy path, that the collision would end up on the ground and the effects of the effect on black holes.
The great Magellanic Cloud, the satellite galaxies that surround the Milky Way, would unite with it.
Scientists have determined that the satellite is almost twice as likely to be a matter of dark matter and expects that our galaxy will affect 2 million years. Previously, it would be thought that a similar phenomenon would occur in 8 million years.
The main author of the study, Marius Cautun, would hit the Magellanic Cloud with a great milk, "will turn a black hole that turns galaxy active."