The largest structures in the universe

Astronomy Science ~ A new image shows bright galaxies are parallel networks in the largest structure ever found in the universe. Scientists...

Astronomy Science ~ A new image shows bright galaxies are parallel networks in the largest structure ever found in the universe. Scientists working with telescopes in Chile find harmony with studied 93 quasars - very bright shining object supported by a supermassive black hole - from the early universe. The image (illustrations created using data collected by the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope) shows parallel quasars in blue against black sea network space.

Previous research has found that these quasars "are known to form large groups which spread billions of light years," said representatives of the European Southern Observatory (ESO) said in a statement. Quasars studied by the team research that it was formed when the universe was about 4.6 billion years.

"The first oddity we noticed was some quasars rotation axis parallel to each other - despite the fact that these quasars are separated by a distance of billions of light years," said leader Damien Hutsemékers, from the University of Liège in Belgium.

This illustration shows the quasar scattered throughout the cosmic Network in the early universe.
This illustration shows the quasar scattered throughout the cosmic Network in the early universe.
Hutsemékers and team also found that the axis of rotation of the quasar 'had to do with what is called the largest-scale structure of the universe. Previous research has shown that the galaxies are not evenly distributed throughout the universe. By contrast, the object of which is filled with big stars gather in the network, and this is the largest-scale structure of the universe, according to ESO.

Scientists working with the Very Large Telescope discovered that quasars rotation parallel to the largest scale structures where galaxies are found.

"Alignment in this new data, is greater than the predictions of simulation today, may be a clue that there is a missing element in the model of the cosmos we are today," said team member Dominique Sluse of Argelander-Institut für Astronomie in Bonn, Germany and the University of Liège ,

Team members said that the possibility of this outcome was created by chance is less than 1 percent. The new study is published in detail in the Journal Astronomy & Astrophysics.
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