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DateDate: 24-10-2018, 06:37

In the universe there are large concentrations of galaxies, which consist of thousands of analogues of the Milky Way. They were formed after the Big Bang.
The researchers questioned the previously existing cosmological theory, they put their thoughts in a scientific article that was published in the journal Astronomy & Astrophysics. Specialists from the National Astrophysical Institute in Bologna (Italy) reported that for the first time they were able to detect such a large cluster, which is located at a considerable distance from our planet.
Recall that such objects that were previously known to mankind are located in the modern part of the Universe, in which they have enough time to build up their mass and evolve. It is established that the first such galaxies arose as a result of the gravitational collapse of huge clouds of gas, which were formed as a result of a cluster of minor irregularities in the distribution of matter.
Italian scientists have discovered yet another confirmation that the current understanding of the evolution of the early Universe does not correspond to reality, observing approximately ten thousand ancient galaxies comparable in size to the Milky Way and existed in the first two billion years after the Big Bang.
The detected galaxies are concentrated in a compact segment of the Sextant constellation. By calculating the distances and analyzing the manner of their movement, astrophysicists realized that they all merged into a giant cluster, which scientists temporarily called “Hyperion”.
It is established that the total mass of such clusters is approximately 270 trillion solar masses, which is comparable to the largest giant clusters of galaxies located near the Earth. At the same time, despite the similar mass and size, "Hyperion" is significantly different in its appearance from modern clusters. As a result, scientists have found the largest and heaviest object of the universe.
Source: VistaNews