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    Default Astronomers Spy Massive Group of Galaxies

    Shneor Sherman wrote:


    More food for your 22"?

    Regards,
    Etok


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    Default Astronomers Spy Massive Group of Galaxies

    I especially like the last paragraph which I quote here:

    "At least 16 ``supercluster'' galaxies have been found within 2
    million light years of Earth. The largest, called ``the Great Wall,''
    is more than 250 million light years long and was first described in
    1989. A light year is the distance light can travel in one year in a
    vacuum, about 5.8 trillion miles."

    So, the largest is 250 MLY long but within only 2MLY away? That's
    beteen us and M31. Go figure. I sure would like to see that galaxy
    cluster! It should be visible in the daytime!

    Okay... maybe it's a typo

    Michelle Stone
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    http://www.plettstone.com/telescopes




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