How the Milky Way–Andromeda black hole merger may play out | Science News

The Milky Way galaxy will merge with neighboring Andromeda (pictured) about 10 billion years from now — a bit later than previously estimated. David (Deddy) Dayag/Wikimedia

Supermassive black holes will merge less than 17 million years after galaxy merger

The Milky Way galaxy will merge with neighboring Andromeda (pictured) about 10 billion years from now — a bit later than previously estimated.

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