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the great nothingness

Astronomers have found an enormous void in space that measures nearly a billion light-years across.

It is empty of both normal matter – such as galaxies and stars – and the mysterious “dark matter” that cannot be seen directly with telescopes.

[more from BBC …]


  1. Dan Parsons Dan Parsons 2007-08-26

    I think they probably have a spec of dust on their sensor :)

  2. Hugh Hugh 2007-08-27


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