Thousands Galaxies In Four Clusters Of Galaxies, 10 Billion Light Years Away From Earth

The team turned out to be astronomers discovered a giant elliptical galaxy formation, which according to the theory of elliptical galaxies have lots of little dust and gas. Most clusters of galaxies in the universe today is dominated by the giant elliptical galaxy where dust and gases has formed stars. They combine data from the Planck satellite acquired late last year and the Herschel satellite surveying certain parts in detail.

Of the sixteen sources studied, most confirmed as a single galaxy, and four sources look like dimming that indicates a previously unknown galaxy clusters.

Continuing to the research, astronomers using additional data and new observations to estimate the distance from the Earth and determine the clusters galaxies are forming stars. Now, astronomers start looking for other galaxy clusters using this technique with the aim to look beyond the initial stages of cluster formation.

 

Thousands Galaxies In Four Clusters Of Galaxies, 10 Billion Light Years Away From Earth.

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