Cosmic Collisions: 

NGC 4839 and the Coma Cluster

Cosmic Collisions between NGC 4839 and the Coma Cluster, unravel the Secrets of Galactic Interactions and the Formation of Colossal Structures in the Universe.

Chandra Observatory Reveals Cosmic Collisions, Unveiling Trails of Plasma formed during Galactic Clashes.

NGC 4839's Collision with the Coma Cluster creates a Stunning 1.5M Light-Year Tail, offering Insights into Galactic Growth.

Galaxy Groups have 50 Galaxies, and Clusters contain Hundreds or Thousands, Tevealing the dynamics of Cosmic Entities.

X-ray Imaging Exposes thin yet Crucial Superheated Gas Reservoirs within Galaxy Clusters and Groups.

NGC 4839's Interaction with the Coma cluster's Gas Forms a Prominent Tail, Showcasing Intricate Collision Processes.

Chandra Observatory Captures NGC 4839's Brightest Galaxy and Densest Gas, Providing Insights into Collision Dynamics.

The Tail's Brightness allows for Studying Gas Properties before it Merges, Enhancing the Understanding of Cosmic Collisions.

Shock Wave Evidence Indicates NGC 4839's Rapid Speed of 3M mph within the Coma Cluster.

Kelvin-Helmholtz's Instabilities in NGC 4839's Tail Suggest a Weak Magnetic Field or a Viscous Gas Nature.

The 1.5M Light-Year Tail Sets a Record, Highlighting Dynamic Galactic Interactions and Fueling Continuous Cosmic Exploration.

Cosmic Collisions and Exciting Space Discoveries.

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