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Walls and Filaments, 1 billion light years




On yet a larger scale we see that Super Clusters are forming vast walls and sheets with empty regions - called voids - in between.

This diagram shows many of these Super Clusters including the Virgo super cluster, quite insignificant in the centre.

In this region with a radius of 1 billion light years there are about 100 Super Clusters, some of which are named in the diagram.







1 billion light years correspond in our scale model to a distance of 9.5 billion km, which is about twice the radius of Neptune's orbit around the Sun.








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