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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.
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superhop
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The result will be a searchable database of Canadas private, public and non-government ocean ecosystem, housed on Canadas Ocean Superclusters website.
The Advanced Manufacturing Super-cluster ispart of the Liberal government's Innovation Superclusters Initiative.
The funds are coming as part of the Canadian "superclusters" initiative.
BIOTECanada attended and congratulates the Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and the organizations leading the successful superclusters. The industry is supportive of all superclusters initiatives including plant-based proteins, digital technology in precision health, AI-powered supply chains, manufacturing and ocean economy.
Superclusters are the largest coherent structures in the Cosmic Web.
According to the (http://www.iucaa.ernet.in/Saraswati-General.html) astronomers , who discovered Saraswati, most forms of the popular model explaining the evolution - the Cold dark MatterModel - do not predict the existence of such superclusters in the current age of the universe.
We estimate that there are about 100billion galaxies in the Universe and, rather than being spread out evenly across the cosmos, they tend to be huddled together in superclusters. Our knowledge of galaxies is still incomplete.
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Where these intersect they produce enormous "superclusters" of galaxies whose motion is affected by gravity.
Astronomers have ruled out the possibility that the blue strand is also just a lensed mirage from distant galaxies and now their challenge is to understand the origin of the cold gas that is fuelling the growth of the stellar superclusters. ( ANI )
There are, Potter tells us, billions of galaxies which in turn are arranged in "clusters, clusters of clusters called superclusters, and of filaments of superclusters." He writes: "We have arrived at what seems to be the edge of the universe with no clear understanding of how the universe could have an edge.