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NGC 3314 Galaxies Spiral Arms Have Connecting Filaments That Stream Stars

the Hubble team claims that an “illusionary trick of perspective” by a chance alignment of two galaxies NGC 3314A (foreground) and NGC 3314B (background), mimics a galaxy collision. As long as galaxies are believed to be gravitational bound objects held together by 90% phony dark matter, ridiculous interpretations like this will continue. Streams of hot blue-white stars extend out from the spiral arms, but the Hubble team claims that no interaction is even taking place, because the galaxies are tens of millions of light years apart. Photos prove that the stars are streaming together along a vast cosmic filament bridge connecting together the two galaxies.

Streaming hot blue-white stars extend out from spiral arm filaments where stars form, and are seen intricately connecting two galaxies together across a cosmic bridge spanning tens of millions of light years. Obviously these galaxies are interacting, despite the wrong interpretation by ESA/Hubble.
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