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In November of 2003 an even more startling discovery of a galaxy interacting with the M.W. was announced. A ring of stars has been determined to be a part of a dwarf galaxy (part of which is visible in the Canus Major constellation grouping) that lies about 25000 l.y. beyond the plane of the M.W. This disrupting mini-galaxy is even now interacting with our galaxy as stars are drawn in and merge. It has yet to be imaged in its entirety but here is an artist's drawing based on observational data:
Originally posted by Nexus
Pretty nice, maybe post a link to your site?