supercluster

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su·per·clus·ter

 (so͞o′pər-klŭs′tər)
n.
A group of neighboring clusters of galaxies.

supercluster

(ˈsuːpəˌklʌstə)
n
a giant cluster of galaxies, a cluster consisting of a number of smaller clusters

supercluster

A group of neighboring clusters of galaxies.
Translations
superhop
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A map of the gamma-ray bursts shows that they congregate along the plane of a galactic supercluster that includes the Milky Way, indicating that the bursts lie within 325 million light-years of Earth.
Could it be that these vaunted microwave background radiation fluctuations from the cosmos are in reality catoptric (mirror-like) images reflected off galaxy and galactic supercluster structures under the pretense of inflationary anisotropy?
Compared with some galactic superclusters, "it's not a particularly dense structure," Dressler says.