Posted on July 7, 2007 by Nik

1 minute read‘bin feeling adrift lately? [updated]

A new infra red digital survey of the entire sky from the Universities of Virginia and Massachusetts shows our Solar System to be at the exact nexus crossroads where two galaxies are actually joining.

Sag and Milkyway galaxies meet
The Milky Way is the blue spiral, the dwarf galaxy is the red stream and our sun’s position is marked by the yellow dot. But does this prove that the sun was once part of the alien dwarf galaxy? Astromomers say ‘no’ (Image: NASA)

Here’s the news!

We of the overarching Sagittarius Dwarf Elliptical Galaxy have finally come down next to, and even with the massively powerful spiral armed equatorial plane of the Milky Way Galaxy.

Oh, alright – though the bullshit detectors where flapping, I ignored them cos it’s just a cool idea, but as it transpires, this interpretation is indeed bullshit, though drawn from factual references. Here’s the deal