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This ask is regarding this article.
I know! The title is definitely misleading. I actually thought the same thing and then I read the article. By moving toward us they means that the cluster is moving toward, rather than away from, the Milky Way. So the star cluster is moving toward us the same way Andromeda is moving toward us. Astronomers predict that little will happen to the Milky Way when Andromeda collides with it because there’s so much space between the stars that the likelihood of them colliding is small. We’re still threatened because all it takes is enough of a gravitational tug to knock us out of our orbit, which wouldn’t bode well. Or, enough of a tug could make Earth a rogue planet. These are actual possibilities, but the likelihood is low. Plus, who knows if humans will still be here when that collision happens. My point? If a galaxy larger than the Milky Way is of little, but not exactly negligible threat, what harm will a blue-shifted star cluster cause? You have nothing to worry about my friend. Besides, though it’s moving at the fastest blue-shifted speed ever observed, it won’t reach the Milky Way within our lifetimes. We’re good! :)