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NASA Scientists Shocked After Discovering Largest Object In Universe webfi network

NASA Scientists Shocked After Discovering Largest Object In Universe.
If there is one thing we all know about space it’s that things out there can get big – really, really big. In fact, some objects in space are so large that they defy any explanation and truly make our human heads swivel in amazement. We are small creatures, so even something the size of a modern skyscraper can make our jaws drop. Now imagine something that is the size of not just one galaxy, but multiple galaxies bound together. You can start to comprehend just how massive things in the universe can get.

Let’s take a look at what NASA says is the largest structure in the entire known universe.

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  • Mohmed Hany on January 27, 2022


  • Daniel Barbu on January 27, 2022

    I want to complain about the titles in each video, because they seem a bit click baity, but everytime i forget because the videos are awesome. So now im posting before i even start watching them.. love the vids, hate the titles.. ill still be watching.. im addicted..

  • Filip Belciug on January 27, 2022

    A giant donut

  • Sumit Rawal on January 27, 2022

    Followed by yo mama

  • HeyDonei on January 27, 2022


  • Martin Ensbury on January 27, 2022

    I like these posts, yet smile also, for they answer nothing, only describe our limited knowledge. We evolve, and as hydrogen, unto ameobas, spelt wrong, to hunters then to gatherers, we made a basket. Not just eat what we saw, domestication ensued. Farming. These posts have not evolved further than a basket. Collecting and sharing, yet not asking.

  • HeyDonei on January 27, 2022

    The Observable Universe has a diameter of 93 billion light-years and contain everything we have discovered, The Entire Universe is so large that we don't even know the diameter of it. The lowest estimated diameter is 150 billion light-years, and the highest estimated diameter is 10^25 light-years.

  • temporal madness on January 27, 2022

    why make a video for the whole world to see, using units only 5% of the population understand?

  • ILoveTheUniverse🌎🔭 on January 27, 2022

    Space is awesome

  • Dylan dossett on January 27, 2022

    Its crazy how much yet how little we know

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