View Full Version : Discussion: New Galaxy Clusters Discovered

2003-Jul-15, 09:16 AM
SUMMARY: A team of European and Chilean astronomers have discovered several large clusters of galaxies at a distance of 8 billion light years which should provide insights into the structure and evolution of the Universe. The galaxy clusters were discovered by combining images from the ESA's XMM-Newton space telescope and the ESO's Very Large Telescope. Galaxy clusters aren't spread evenly, but appear strung through the Universe like a web, and so far it seems like the shape of these clusters hasn't changed since the Universe was very young..

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Emil V Cseko
2003-Jul-17, 09:23 PM
While the evolution of the universe is widely accepted, in fact the universe has eternally existed. For more information please email me at ecseko@intas.net.au