A newly discovered cluster of quasars appears to stretch farther across the universe than scientists previously thought possible. At a hard-to-grasp length of 4 billion light-years, the large quasar group, or LQG, is almost 4 times larger than the theoretical size limit predicted by the modern cosmological model, said lead researcher Roger Clowes... To continue reading, subscribe to The Space Reporter today.
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