Astronomers believe that the Milky Way galaxy will collide with the Andromeda galaxy in 4.5 billion years, with the galaxy moving toward the Milky Way at 250,000 miles an hour, enough to circulate around the world in just six minutes.
According to "Russia Today", scientists have identified the new deadline for the possibility of a collision, "Doomsday" between the Milky Way and another nearby galaxy, called "Triangulum"He said.
In the solar system, gravity is likely to attract the sun into a new orbit, drawing the earth and other planets with it.
Much of the disturbance can occur within the two galaxies, which may distort the positions of millions of stars and planets.
The researchers tracked the stars' positions in nearby galaxies to calculate the date of the Andromeda collision with the Milky Way galaxy, using data from the European Space Agency's Gaia satellite, which plans billions of stars to measure its location and velocity.
Andromeda is an island consisting of a trillion suns, and it takes more than 2.5 million years to reach our galaxy.