We compare a “bridge” connecting the galaxies with the spider web.
In August 2008, scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics in Germany, discovered in space (thanks to the telescope Newton ) the presence of ordinary matter never detected before.
It was a kind of “bridge” formed by filaments of hot gas that served very thin bonding between two galaxies , Abell 222 and Abell 223, away from the Earth about 2,300 million light years. “This finding allows us to compare the universe with a web spider , “said Aurora Simionescu, astrophysics of Max Planck . “Until now we could only see their knots, but now also begin to discover its many strands.”