Scientists Detected the Most Distant Galaxy Cluster

According to a new research published in the Astrophysical Journal, a team of scientists has revealed the most distant galaxy cluster, which is 11.1 billion light-years away from our planet. They assume that the galaxy cluster is in its transition phase between a so-called “protocluster” to mature cluster of galaxies.

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