Cluster of Galaxies ACO 3341
April 28, 2005
The cluster of galaxies ACO 3341 is located at a distance of about 300 million light-years (redshift z = 0.037), i.e., comparatively nearby in cosmological terms. It contains a large number of galaxies of different size and brightness that are bound together by gravity.
Topics: Environment, Galaxy groups and clusters, Large-scale structure of the cosmos, Physical cosmology, Redshift, Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies, Galaxy formation and evolution, Galaxy