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Latest Groundbreaking Discoveries That Challenge Cosmological Theories

An intergalactic ring-shaped superstructure of galaxies and galaxy clusters — so large it defies explanation — has been discovered. This is a structure that lives so deep in the universe that we see it as it was some 9.2 billion years ago.

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    An impossibly huge ring of galaxies might lead us to new physics. Here's how

    An impossibly huge ring of galaxies might lead us to new physics. Here's how

    The ring of galaxies, appropriately called the "Big Ring," has a circumference of nearly 4 billion light-years. An intergalactic ring-shaped …

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