Few days ago, a team comprises of Indian astronomers have succeeded in the identification of a previously unknown yet a big super cluster of galaxies present in the constellation Pisces direction.
They have named it Saraswati. Astronomers of IISER i.e. Indian Institute of Science Education and Research as well as Inter University Centre for Astrophysics and Astronomy together from Pune in Maharashtra are responsible for discovery of Saraswati super cluster/Galaxy.
Overview on Saraswati Super Cluster
Saraswati super cluster constitutes the biggest known structure of the universe. It incorporates 4 billions of light years from the Earth and approximately has the mass of 20million billion suns. In total, it contains 43 different galaxies, which include thousands of suns, along with billions of planets, stars and other heavenly bodies combined with dark particles and gaseous substances.
Furthermore, estimations of astronomers have revealed that the super cluster may stretch to about 650 millions of light years based on its distance. Therefore, the discovery of Saraswati Super Cluster will let astronomers to understand about both evolution and formation of the galaxy in detail, its effect on galaxies environment and other super clusters.