Galaxy throws a fastball of Runaway Stars at Earth

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The Messier 87 Galaxy has spit a chunk of stars in Earth's general direction. But don't panic - They say it'll take 53 million light years to get here. Or something like that. I am bad with math. Though if you love DOOM there is something in this story for you! Is it a science fiction astronomy tale of chain star disruptions? How fast does gravity travel, ya know? Oh. That's a good dumb question. Anyways, Globular Nebula Clusters are cool. The star baseball analogy is travelling 2 million miles per hour. That's fast! HVGC-1 is the first of its kind. Scientists, Astronomers & Astrologists have seen run away stars, runaway planets & run away moons before but never an entire globular cluster of stars ejected by a galaxy. Once again The Universe surprises us beyond our wildest imagination. Hey. How are Jupiter and Saturn doing? Venus was bright in the sky this morning. And Mars is always a trickster. I wonder if the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics thinks I am awesome? Probably. Cuz they deal in facts. And that's a fact, Jack!Right Shoulder!This article is interesting to say the by the HarvardSmithsonian Center for Astrophysics"Entire Star Cluster Thrown Out of its Galaxy"'s get extrasolar y'all!God Bless Everyone!T/discussmeet me on the tweet me on the twitter @NewThor

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