Galaxy clusters are amongst the largest structures in the universe, they consist of 50 to 1000 galaxies. Galaxy clusters themselves combine to form superclusters like the Virgo Supercluster, our home supercluster in the universe.

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Virgo Cluster Virgo Cluster
Coma Cluster of Galaxies Coma Cluster of Galaxies
Structure of the universe 1 Structure of the universe 1
Structure of the universe 2 Structure of the universe 2
Structure of the universe 3 Structure of the universe 3
Structure of the universe 4 Structure of the universe 4
Fly-through the Millennium Simulation Fly-through the Millennium Simulation
Evolution of the universe Evolution of the universe
Reionization of the Universe Reionization of the Universe

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