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Scientists in Chile unveil 'A Cosmic Titan' cluster of galaxies
by Natalia A. Ramos Miranda
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17 October 2018
On 17 October 2018 Reuters reported:
Astronomers peering billions of light years into space have detected the largest, most extensive collection of galaxies ever registered in the early days of the universe, a 'proto-supercluster' they nicknamed Hyperion after a titan from Greek mythology. Hyperion has a mass 1 million billion times greater than the sun and is so distant that it is viewed from earth as it looked billions of years ago. Its distance from earth means astronomers are viewing it as it was created just over 2 billion years after the Big Bang, which gave rise to the universe about 13.8 billion years ago.
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