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Astronomers discover new galaxy clusters hiding in plain sight
by Kelso Harper, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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29 March 2021
On 29 March 2021 Phys.org reported:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology astronomers have discovered new and unusual galactic neighborhoods that previous studies overlooked. Their results, published today [29 March], suggest that roughly 1 percent of galaxy clusters look atypical and can be easily misidentified as a single bright galaxy. Galaxy clusters contain hundreds to thousands of galaxies bound together by gravity.
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