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a straight line from Earth to Great Wall, to Great Attractor to Sloan



 
 
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Old May 6th 09, 06:50 PM posted to sci.physics,sci.astro,sci.math
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Default a straight line from Earth to Great Wall, to Great Attractor to Sloan

I need some distance measure because I can see the Great Wall
then Great Attractor then Shapley Concentrate then Sloan Great
Wall are all in the same direction. So I need some distance measure.

--- quoting somemore of Wikipedia to get some distance gauge ---
Location

The first indications of a deviation from uniform expansion of the
universe were reported in 1973 and again in 1978. The location of the
Great Attractor was finally determined in 1986, and is situated at a
distance of somewhere between 150 and 250 Mly (47-79Mpc) (the latter
being the most recent estimate) from the Milky Way, in the direction
of the Hydra and Centaurus constellations. While objects in that
direction lie in the zone of avoidance (the part of the night sky
obscured by the Milky Way galaxy) and are thus difficult to study with
visible wavelengths, X-ray observations have revealed that the region
of space is dominated by the Norma cluster (ACO 3627),[1][2] a massive
cluster of galaxies, containing a preponderance of large, old
galaxies, many of which are colliding with their neighbours, and/or
radiating large amounts of radio waves.


The Shapley Supercluster (Shapley Concentration) is the largest
concentration of galaxies in our nearby Universe that forms a
gravitationally interacting unit, thereby pulling itself together
instead of expanding with the Universe. It appears as a striking
overdensity in the distribution of galaxies in the constellation of
Centaurus, approximately 650 million light years from the Milky Way.
--- end quoting ---

So here is the distance measu

(1) Great Wall at 200 million light years from Earth

(2) Great Attractor at 250 million light years from Earth

(3) Shapley Concentrate at 650 million light years from Earth

(4) Sloan Great Wall at 1,000 million light years from Earth

All four of which line up in the same direction from the
plane of the Milky Way Galaxy as 3:00 plane 9:00 O'Clock
in the lower right hand corner of about 4:00 O'clock.

The above transition from Great Wall to Sloan is a Double
Slit pattern where you have concentrations of dots then
voids, and then more concentrations.

Archimedes Plutonium
www.iw.net/~a_plutonium
whole entire Universe is just one big atom
where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies
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Old May 7th 09, 01:05 AM posted to sci.physics,sci.astro,sci.math
David Bernier
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Default a straight line from Earth to Great Wall, to Great Attractor

wrote:
I need some distance measure because I can see the Great Wall
then Great Attractor then Shapley Concentrate then Sloan Great
Wall are all in the same direction. So I need some distance measure.

--- quoting somemore of Wikipedia to get some distance gauge ---
Location

The first indications of a deviation from uniform expansion of the
universe were reported in 1973 and again in 1978. The location of the
Great Attractor was finally determined in 1986, and is situated at a
distance of somewhere between 150 and 250 Mly (47-79Mpc) (the latter
being the most recent estimate) from the Milky Way, in the direction
of the Hydra and Centaurus constellations. While objects in that
direction lie in the zone of avoidance (the part of the night sky
obscured by the Milky Way galaxy) and are thus difficult to study with
visible wavelengths, X-ray observations have revealed that the region
of space is dominated by the Norma cluster (ACO 3627),[1][2] a massive
cluster of galaxies, containing a preponderance of large, old
galaxies, many of which are colliding with their neighbours, and/or
radiating large amounts of radio waves.


The Shapley Supercluster (Shapley Concentration) is the largest
concentration of galaxies in our nearby Universe that forms a
gravitationally interacting unit, thereby pulling itself together
instead of expanding with the Universe. It appears as a striking
overdensity in the distribution of galaxies in the constellation of
Centaurus, approximately 650 million light years from the Milky Way.
--- end quoting ---

So here is the distance measu

(1) Great Wall at 200 million light years from Earth

(2) Great Attractor at 250 million light years from Earth

(3) Shapley Concentrate at 650 million light years from Earth

(4) Sloan Great Wall at 1,000 million light years from Earth


You might like the movie "Flight to the Virgo Cluster"
presented by B. Tully of the University of Hawaii.

Cf.:
http://www.ifa.hawaii.edu/~tully/outreach/movie.html

David Bernier




All four of which line up in the same direction from the
plane of the Milky Way Galaxy as 3:00 plane 9:00 O'Clock
in the lower right hand corner of about 4:00 O'clock.

The above transition from Great Wall to Sloan is a Double
Slit pattern where you have concentrations of dots then
voids, and then more concentrations.

Archimedes Plutonium
www.iw.net/~a_plutonium
whole entire Universe is just one big atom
where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies

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Old May 7th 09, 05:35 AM posted to sci.physics,sci.astro,sci.math
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David Bernier wrote:
wrote:
I need some distance measure because I can see the Great Wall
then Great Attractor then Shapley Concentrate then Sloan Great
Wall are all in the same direction. So I need some distance measure.

--- quoting somemore of Wikipedia to get some distance gauge ---
Location

The first indications of a deviation from uniform expansion of the
universe were reported in 1973 and again in 1978. The location of the
Great Attractor was finally determined in 1986, and is situated at a
distance of somewhere between 150 and 250 Mly (47-79Mpc) (the latter
being the most recent estimate) from the Milky Way, in the direction
of the Hydra and Centaurus constellations. While objects in that
direction lie in the zone of avoidance (the part of the night sky
obscured by the Milky Way galaxy) and are thus difficult to study with
visible wavelengths, X-ray observations have revealed that the region
of space is dominated by the Norma cluster (ACO 3627),[1][2] a massive
cluster of galaxies, containing a preponderance of large, old
galaxies, many of which are colliding with their neighbours, and/or
radiating large amounts of radio waves.


The Shapley Supercluster (Shapley Concentration) is the largest
concentration of galaxies in our nearby Universe that forms a
gravitationally interacting unit, thereby pulling itself together
instead of expanding with the Universe. It appears as a striking
overdensity in the distribution of galaxies in the constellation of
Centaurus, approximately 650 million light years from the Milky Way.
--- end quoting ---

So here is the distance measu

(1) Great Wall at 200 million light years from Earth

(2) Great Attractor at 250 million light years from Earth

(3) Shapley Concentrate at 650 million light years from Earth

(4) Sloan Great Wall at 1,000 million light years from Earth


You might like the movie "Flight to the Virgo Cluster"
presented by B. Tully of the University of Hawaii.

Cf.:
http://www.ifa.hawaii.edu/~tully/outreach/movie.html

David Bernier




Thanks, a good show!!
 




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