Sunday, February 10, 2008

Massive arrow threatens distant galaxy

FRESNO - Amateur astronomers have discovered a vast pointer arrow looming disastrously close to a galaxy far, far away.

Brothers Loomis and Weaver Hartinger spotted the giant structure while poring over online images from the Hubble Space Telescope. Loomis estimates the object to be over two million light-years across.

Galaxy R5D4, as the Hartinger brothers named it, appears to be in grave danger from the arrow. They have no immediate plans, but discussed the possibility of a fund raiser with some local bands.
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