The Lus Collision, as seen from a planet in the Triangulum Galaxy of the Omni 04 universe, where the event has already occurred.
|Participants||Milky Way and Andromeda Galaxies|
|Date||4 billion CE|
The Lus Collision is an event that took place 4 billion years into the Sixth Era of Andromeda History and Seventeenth Eon of Milky Way history, and approximately 4 billion ATGW. The Lus Collision involved the merging of the Milky Way and Andromeda Galaxies to become the Lus Supergalaxy, hence the name of the event. In the chronology of the Omni 01 universe, this creation of the first supergalaxy in the Local Group is yet to occur.
Effects on the Local GroupEdit
Because the Milky Way and Andromeda Galaxies were the largest galaxies in the Local Group before the collision, the supergalaxy formed will cause a massive gravitational pull, which will slowly pull all other galaxies into it, causing smaller collisions.