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This August, the Andromeda galaxy will be even bigger than the moon in our sky!

 
Angelsinthesunset

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This August, the Andromeda galaxy will be even bigger than the moon in our sky!
In August, the Andromeda galaxy will move closer to Earth : a cosmic event that only happens once every 150 million years


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I cannot wait to witness this phenomenon.
EWWWWW!
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Can't see it being that big , would be awesome if it was , but I think we'd be able to see it by now , it's not just gonna be that big overnight
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the Andromeda galaxy will be even bigger than the moon in our sky!

I've heard this sorta shit thousands of times in my life.

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Interesting!

Thank you!

5 Stars and Karma for you, OP!

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Wow what fucking retards would believe this?
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We can only hope.
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Re: This August, the Andromeda galaxy will be even bigger than the moon in our sky!
It might be that big in the sky (but would be very faint and likely not visible to the naked eye) but there is no reason to think it is appreciably closer than any other time. This is millions of light years away and isn't getting that much closer.

and the following word salad of a paragraph from that site makes it even clearer they have no clue what they are talking about

Indeed, our Milky Way’s elliptical orbital path has a partially reactive hypo-synchronous zodiacal acceleration which can, under certain conditions, be affected by an apochromatic azimuthal anomaly which significantly disrupts the singular eccentricity of the leptonic phase (named after Sir Lepton, the brilliant 10th century astrologer). Away from the digestive cepheid caused by possible gluttonous black holes – obviously assuming that any galaxy is included in a sysmo-parabolic projection (adjusted Champollion reference) beforehand – it is almost accepted that a singular anemic anomaly changing the apses line (Editor’s note: the straight line between the periapsis and the apocentre of an orbit) can under these conditions permanently tilt the orbit of the Andromeda galaxy’s asterism. The particularity of this recurring phenomenon (commonly called “circumstellar elliptical conjunction of coercive muscle elongation” in top athletes) is to allow our sun to be projected into the telluric zone of solar attraction like a projectile launched from a slingshot, every 150 million years exactly!
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This will be magicafro
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Re: This August, the Andromeda galaxy will be even bigger than the moon in our sky!
It might be that big in the sky (but would be very faint and likely not visible to the naked eye) but there is no reason to think it is appreciably closer than any other time. This is millions of light years away and isn't getting that much closer.

and the following word salad of a paragraph from that site makes it even clearer they have no clue what they are talking about

Indeed, our Milky Way’s elliptical orbital path has a partially reactive hypo-synchronous zodiacal acceleration which can, under certain conditions, be affected by an apochromatic azimuthal anomaly which significantly disrupts the singular eccentricity of the leptonic phase (named after Sir Lepton, the brilliant 10th century astrologer). Away from the digestive cepheid caused by possible gluttonous black holes – obviously assuming that any galaxy is included in a sysmo-parabolic projection (adjusted Champollion reference) beforehand – it is almost accepted that a singular anemic anomaly changing the apses line (Editor’s note: the straight line between the periapsis and the apocentre of an orbit) can under these conditions permanently tilt the orbit of the Andromeda galaxy’s asterism. The particularity of this recurring phenomenon (commonly called “circumstellar elliptical conjunction of coercive muscle elongation” in top athletes) is to allow our sun to be projected into the telluric zone of solar attraction like a projectile launched from a slingshot, every 150 million years exactly!
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lmao that is hilarious. "digestive cepheid"
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i think this is very possible since we can see the milky way on a clear night.
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I cannot wait to witness this phenomenon.
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In August, the Andromeda galaxy will move closer to Earth : a cosmic event that only happens once every 150 million years


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 Quoting: Angelsinthesunset


The One Who Dreams is here.

No, it's not once in every 150 million years.

You immortal souls living as mortal humans have never witnessed such phenomenon, because your previous location in the Multiverse was near the edge of the Milky Way.

I relocated you to be at the near the center of the Milky Way back in 2012, which is much closer to the Andromeda galaxy.

Your so-called 'expert scholars' will soon publish more findings about those once-in-every-150-million-years type of spectacles, because you will see far more of them than ever before.
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This article feels.. fake. Firstly, Andromeda was visible sorta-kinda like this, back in Sept 2018, according to the internet. Secondly.. sling shot the sun? What?

I call shenanigans.
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Re: This August, the Andromeda galaxy will be even bigger than the moon in our sky!
In August, the Andromeda galaxy will move closer to Earth : a cosmic event that only happens once every 150 million years


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 Quoting: Angelsinthesunset


LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL​!
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Total BS clickbait
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Can't find it anywhere else so probably fake.
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that was a hilarious read. thank you for the giggles OP
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Galaxy Doom!!!

ahhh
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Re: This August, the Andromeda galaxy will be even bigger than the moon in our sky!
Wow what fucking retards would believe this?
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The ones who don't have the slightest idea of what a galaxy is and what the distances involved are.
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I’m unable to calculate a possible scenario that will make this occur next month. I can calculate BS right now.

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Astro????
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Wow what fucking retards would believe this?
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The ones who don't have the slightest idea of what a galaxy is and what the distances involved are.
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This.
I don't have the time or the crayons to explain this to you.



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Re: This August, the Andromeda galaxy will be even bigger than the moon in our sky!
In August, the Andromeda galaxy will move closer to Earth : a cosmic event that only happens once every 150 million years


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 Quoting: Angelsinthesunset


The One Who Dreams is here.

No, it's not once in every 150 million years.

You immortal souls living as mortal humans have never witnessed such phenomenon, because your previous location in the Multiverse was near the edge of the Milky Way.

I relocated you to be at the near the center of the Milky Way back in 2012, which is much closer to the Andromeda galaxy.

Your so-called 'expert scholars' will soon publish more findings about those once-in-every-150-million-years type of spectacles, because you will see far more of them than ever before.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77738841


I know this is Mandela Effect stuff, but why didn't the constellations change? If we jumped 75000 light years something would have had to change. Unless EACH and EVERY Earth is a duplicate of each other. Which some have been saying.
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Wow what fucking retards would believe this?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75396825


The ones who don't have the slightest idea of what a galaxy is and what the distances involved are.
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So....once every 150mm years, an entire galaxy decides August is a good month to move a few hundred thousand light years across the cosmos closer to the Milky Way, then go back where it was within a few weeks time? How is that not believable?

I wanna know what it is they're telling us in cypher. There's something happening, but I don't even know what to speculate about.
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Re: This August, the Andromeda galaxy will be even bigger than the moon in our sky!
1. It will not seem any closer from our perspective. It is moving closer, as it and the Milky Way are moving towards each other, though there is no "jump" every 150 million years. That's BS.

2. It is VERY faint, but visible to the naked eye if it is very clear and dark. It appears as a barely visible hazy spot in the sky.

3. You can only see the central bright area with the naked eye, which is maybe the same or a little larger than the moon...but as stated, very faint. If it were brighter and you could see the whole thing, it would appear as wide as roughly 8 moons.





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