On Wednesday, scientists reported in the journal Nature that two dwarf galaxies.
Located only one space train stop from the Milky Way are shielded from destruction by a sturdy wall.
Although these heavenly spheres are securely bound in orbit around one another.
They seem to be unravelling like balls of yarn as they travel through space.
Constantly, they leave behind wispy trails of gas, which is essential to their cosmic function as star-makers.
The Large and Small Magellanic Clouds are two galaxies that haven't been completely disassembled despite losing bits of themselves .