The Milky Way's gravitational pull prevents dwarf galaxies from being torn apart by a strange shield of supercharged gas,
Hubble Space Telescope observations spanning 30 years show.
Astronomers have battled for years to comprehend why the Large and
Two teeny-tiny galaxies orbiting the Milky Way, the Small Magellanic Clouds, are continuously forming stars.
For billions of years, the two dwarf galaxies have been circling our galaxy.
According to studies, the gravitational pull of the much larger Milky Way has been removing gas during this time.
in their wake, leaving a trail from the two smaller galaxies.