Ml Driven Prediction of Collision of Milky Way & Andromeda
Ansh Mittal1, Anusurya2, Deepika Kumar3, Garima Kumar4

1Ansh Mittal, Computer Science, BVCOE (affiliated to GGSIPU, Delhi), Delhi, India.
2Anusurya, Computer Science, BVCOE (affiliated to GGSIPU, Delhi), Delhi, India.
3Deepika Kumar, Computer Science, BVCOE (affiliated to GGSIPU, Delhi), India.
4Garima Kumar, Computer Science, BVCOE (affiliated to GGSIPU, Delhi), India. 

Manuscript received on 3 August 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on 6 August 2019. | Manuscript published on 30 September 2019. | PP: 478-484 | Volume-8 Issue-3 September 2019 | Retrieval Number: A1116058119/19©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijrte.A1116.098319
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Abstract: The 3D position of Sun with respect to the galactic center of Milky Way can be used to understand its evolution. After Milky Way collides with Andromeda(M31), the same will hold true. Ensuing sections deal with the implementation of Regressive Analysis to predict the location of Sun in the galactic center after Galactic collision. This model utilizes results of previous studies of black hole mergers to predict the resultant mass of Sagittarius A* and M31’s black hole, which had been found to be (1.49±0.16) × 108 M☉. This mass has been used to calculate the centrifugal force that Sun might experience during and after the galactic collision. The current position, inclination, and velocity of Sun (derived from aforementioned predictions) have been used to predict its distance and inclination after the collision which has been predicted as 63,362.83 ly and 32.75o, from the new galactic center and its plane (97.48% and 96.32% accurate) respectively.
Index Terms: Sun, Milky Way, Andromeda(M31), Regression Analysis, Galactic Collision, Sagittarius A*.

Scope of the Article: Regression Analysis