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Computer simulations derived from Hubble's data show that it will take an additional two billion years after the encounter for the interacting galaxies to completely merge under the tug of gravity and reshape into a single elliptical galaxy similar to the kind commonly seen in the local universe.
Although the galaxies will plow into each other, stars inside each galaxy are so far apart that they will not collide with other stars during the encounter.
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The Milky Way and Andromeda are moving toward each other under the inexorable pull of gravity. van der Marel, STSc I) The solution came through painstaking NASA Hubble Space Telescope measurements of the motion of Andromeda, which also is known as M31.
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