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James Webb telescope detects earliest ‘cosmic internet’ strand ever


On a transparent evening, it would seem like the celebrities above are allotted kind of frivolously. However that is not the case — all stars are a part of a big cosmic internet that hyperlinks galaxies around the universe like threads of spider’s silk, leaving unfathomably massive swaths of nothingness in between. Now, in two papers revealed in The Astrophysical Magazine Letters on June 29, scientists element proof that this huge cosmic freeway stretches again just about to the morning time of the universe. 

The use of knowledge from the James Webb Area Telescope, astronomers found out a large, gassy tendril composed of 10 intently packed galaxies stretching over 3 million light-years. In line with the researchers, this historic filament of fuel and stars might constitute the oldest recognized thread of the cosmic internet.


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