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UCLan astronomers discover largest structure in the universe

Astronomers at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) say they have discovered the largest known structure in the universe, a clump of active galactic cores that stretches an astounding 4 billion light-years.
 

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The coloured background indicates the peaks and troughs in the occurrence of quasars at the distance...
The coloured background indicates the peaks and troughs in the occurrence of quasars at the distance of the LQG. Darker colours indicate more quasars, lighter colours indicate fewer quasars. The LQG is clearly seen as a long chain of peaks indicated by black circles. (The red crosses mark the positions of quasars in a different and smaller LQG). The horizontal and vertical axes represent right ascension and declination, the celestial equivalent of longitude and latitude. The map covers around 29
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