Scientists Just Detected A Massive Structure 60 Times Big...

Scientists Just Detected A Massive Structure 60 Times Bigger Than The Milky Way!
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The universe around us is as mysterious as it is expansive. We don't know
much about the cosmos, but the things scientists have figured out are quite
unfathomable for the common man. With the advent of space science and
the rapid technological development of this century, scientists have
discovered many incredible and down right mind blowing things in the
universe we are a tiny part of. Our universe is often compared to a massive
ball filled with galaxies, stars and other giant physical objects but this
universe doesn't actually abide by this external perspective. Saying that it
has a mind of its own wouldn't be wrong. How else can scientists justify
their recent find? Something so massive and alarming has been detected
by astronomers that the galaxy we call home seems like a dwarf in
comparison and our solar system is probably like a sand grain in relation to
it.
Our solar system is a part of the Milky Way Galaxy. Its name describes the
galaxy's appearance from the Earth. From our perspective the Milky Way
looks like a hazy band of light visible in the night sky and it seems to be
made of stars that are indistinguishable by the naked eye. Milky Way is a
translation of the Latin word Lactea meaning milky circle. The Milky Way
looks like a thin band when seen from the earth's surface because the disk
shaped structure of the galaxy is being viewed from within. Galileo Galileo
was the first person to resolve this band of light into distinct starts in 1610
with the help of his telescope. Interestingly almost all the Astronomers
believed that all the stars in the universe were contained in the milky way.
But the 1920 Great Debate between Harlow Shapley and Heber Curtis,
along with Edwin Hubble's observations gave way to the concept that the
Milky Way is just one of multiple galaxies. Structurally the Milky Way is a
barred spiral galaxy with an estimated D-25 isotopal diameters of 26.8 plus
minus 1.1 kiloparsecs. The spiral arms of the galaxy are however just one
thousand light years thick. Recent simulations produced by scientists also
suggested the presence of a dark matter area which also contains some
visible stars and extends up to a diameter of two million light years

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