In August, the Andromeda galaxy will approach Earth: a cosmic event that happens only once every 150 million years

In August, the Andromeda galaxy will be even larger than the moon in our sky!

The last time this cosmic event occurred was during the dinosaur era … Share this information as much as you can with your friends because NO humans living today can see this incredible event a second time.

This summer, do not forget to look at the sky in the middle of the night: the Andromeda galaxy will be shining brightly. And for good reason, since the apparent diameter of this galaxy will be greater than the Full Moon! Through a single cosmic phenomenon, a galaxy will be visible to the naked eye and will seem to the inhabitants of the Earth to be even larger than the moon!

This is the first time that humanity will be able to observe this exceptional phenomenon. The last time the Andromeda galaxy was so close to Earth was exactly 150 million years ago, during the time when dinosaurs dominated its surface. Just imagine, humanity still did not exist!

This unique cosmic phenomenon known as "Andromescópico" is partially connected to the path of the solar system in our galaxy. As you may have read on the Internet, our sun is not motionless in space and moves at a speed of 30 km per second in our Milky Way: this movement can be seen with relative ease noting the position of the stars in the sky: new constellations appear regularly with each new heliocentric revolution of the universe.

But it is much rarer the conjunction of another phenomenon that has the effect of considerably accelerating the approach of the Andromeda galaxy closer to our planet.

In fact, the elliptical orbit of our Milky Way has a partially reactive hyposcronic zodiacal acceleration that can, under certain conditions, be affected by an apochromatic azimuthal anomaly that significantly disturbs the leptonic singular eccentricity (named after Sir Lepton, the brilliant tenth astrologer of the century). Far from the digestive cepheid caused by possible gluttonous black holes – obviously assuming that any galaxy is included in a sysmo-parabolic projection (reference Champollion adjusted) beforehand – it is almost accepted that a singular anemic anomaly by changing the abss line (Editor's note: straight line between periapsia and the apocentro of an orbit) may under these conditions permanently incline the asteroid orbit of the Andromeda galaxy.

In other words, much more accessible to an average Facebook user, the Andromeda galaxy will be very big in the sky !!

For astronomical enthusiasts eager for practical details, the galaxy's heliocentric perineum will occur this summer (in August, to be precise) at a ridiculous distance of only 64 million light-years with a range of -3.14 at most by one 1687 seconds arc. length. As a result, the Andromeda galaxy, at this very moment, will appear in the sky even larger than the full moon!

Scientists predict that this will be the most observed and photographed natural phenomenon in human history.

The sky will be shining at night and the dark and colorful tones of the galaxy will be a wonder to all the inhabitants of our planet: the show will simply be exceptional! The next time this cosmic event happens again it will be in 150 million years. In other words, there will be no more human beings or any kind of life on Earth's surface. Share this information as much as you can with your friends, because NO human being living today will be able to see this incredible event for the second time.

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