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Largest structure in the universe would take four billion years to cross, say astronomers

Ross Cronkrite | Science Recorder | January 12, 2013

Largest structure in the universe would take four billion years to cross, say astronomers

Astronomers from the University of Central Lancashire have discovered the largest structure in the universe.

Astronomers from the University of Central Lancashire have spotted the largest structure in the universe.

How big is the large quasar group? Astronomers say that it would take a spacecraft moving at the speed of light approximately 4 billion years to cross it.

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