Amazing Image Shows Brutal Shockwave Larger Than Our Entire Galaxy

It makes your head spin.

Galaxy Quest

Two gigantic clusters of galaxies smashed into each other around a billion years ago — and the collision’s shockwaves spread so far that they absolutely dwarf our own galaxy.

The structures, recently captured by a team of astronomers using the MeerKAT radio telescope in South Africa, stretched to a width of roughly 6.5 million light years. The Milky…

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