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A supercluster is a high concentration of hundreds or thousands of groups of galaxies. Superclusters vary in size between 100 and 500 million light-years and are generally part of vast sheets and walls of galaxies surrounding great voids in which few galaxies are found. Superclusters were formed in the primordial universe when matter agglomerated under the influence of gravitation.

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