Hubble Zooms In On Coma Galaxy Cluster - Universe Today
The Coma Cluster is one of the densest known clusters of galaxies, containing thousands of elliptical and spherical star systems. The entire cluster is huge, more than 20 million light-years in diameter. It’s also very far away, over 300 million light years distant. But no telescope brings the Coma Cluster closer than the Hubble Space … Continue reading "Hubble Zooms In On Coma Galaxy Cluster"
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