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The Milky Way's long-lost sibling finally found

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I wonder what it would be like to live on a planet around a star in a small Galaxy looking up into the night sky must look very lonely where all you saw was the blurred patches of other Galaxy's 

In this image, the Andromeda galaxy shreds the large galaxy M32p, which eventually resulted in M32 and a giant halo of stars. Credit: Richard D’Souza. Image of M31 courtesy of Wei-Hao Wang.
Credit: Image of stellar halo of M31 courtesy of AAS/IOP.

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