Hi all, it is I, Henkka, the beloved baffoon and bounty hunter in training.
I like things about space, except sometimes the distances are too great to even get the most base-level grasp and fully understand just how small we are and how big the universe is. But it's like when the universe shouts at us asking: "Look at me! Can you even understand what I am, how big I am? What are you compared to me?", I can always think to myself and reply: "Dude, I am you. We are all made of star-stuff. We are a way for the universe to know itself."
I guess there lives a tiny space-romantic in me, something that wants to travel to the stars and see what's out there. I guess I would say that out of the crew of Serenity (TV-show Firefly) I am most likely the easygoing Wash, making weird, perhaps even amusing comments even in the direst of situations. So, there you go.
Current measurements suggest the Andromeda Galaxy is approaching us at 100 to 140 kilometers per second. The Milky Way may collide with it in 3 to 4 billion years merging into a single elliptical galaxy over the course of about a billion years.