, welcome to LQ,
in general you can install every Linuxdistribution alongside each other.
Before doing this you would have to consider which of the distributions has the bootloader installed. You should also consider to create a data-partition where you store the data which you want to use from both Linux-systems. For example I have a partition which I boot as /usr/local/public/ on every distribution on my computer.
You should not
use one and the same partition for the /home/ directory for both distributions, this would lead to confusion with the configurationfiles for different versions of some applications.