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This Dizzying Galaxy Supercluster Will Change Your Perspective on The Cosmos

Astronomers have discovered a massive supercluster of galaxies located approximately 4 billion light-years from Earth – and not only is it one of the largest known structures in the cosmos, it’s also the most distant supercluster we’ve ever observed. Indians discover superclusters of galaxiesDeccan Chronicle Indian astronomers discover massive ‘Saraswati’ galaxy superclusterIndian Weekender Astronomers identify ‘Saraswati’ galactic superclusterThe Space Reporter .

Soar over Pluto’s majestic mountains and icy plains in incredible new footage sent from 4.67 billion miles away

Now we can experience soaring over Pluto’s majestic mountains and icy plains using two years worth of footage. NASA’s New Horizons teams have created the flyover movies using data and digital elevation models of Pluto and its largest moon Charon. NASA unveils new maps of Pluto, Charon on flyby anniversaryDeccan Chronicle NASA release new Pluto flyby video from New Horizons Nasa shares stunning New Horizons photos and videos of Pluto and its largest moon CharonInternational Business Times UK .