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Milky Way Galaxy Gobbling Up Sagittarius

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Milky Way Galaxy Gobbling Up Sagittarius

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Milky Way Galaxy Gobbling Up Sagittarius

Milky Way Galaxy Gobbling Up Sagittarius

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University of Virginia and University of Massachusetts researchers have discovered that the Milky Way is devouring a smaller neighboring galaxy: Sagittarius. Dr. Martin Weinberg of U. Mass talks to NPR's Steve Inskeep about the cosmic find.

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