The discovery written account of astronomers from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. Suparklasterat called Vela, named after the constellation in which it is found. Vela is one of the most massive objects in the universe discovered and contains, according to the current estimate of scientists from 1000 to 10,000 trillion stars.
What is the impact of Vela on our galaxy? The giant star groups can give us an idea of how our galaxy it got to this location in the universe. Kraal Korteweg and her team suggest that the gravitational force of superclusters accelerated local group of galaxies (among them Milky Way) about 50 kilometers per second
Astronomical observations and analyzes of Vela were made possible thanks to the large South African telescope, SALT, located near Cape Town, the Anglo-Australian telescope AAT, near Sydney and X-ray studies of the galactic plane.
New developments in technology enables scientists to see further and further and more clearly in outer space. Data collection for space is expected to revolutionize further with the commissioning of the space telescope James Webb, who will be able to “see” 100 times farther than Hubble.