Bhagavad Gita VII.7
Nothing higher than Me exists,
All this universe is strung on Me,
Like clusters of pearls on a thread.
New Galactic Supercluster Map Shows Milky Way’s ‘Heavenly’ Home
By Charles Q. Choi, Space.com Contributor
A new cosmic map is giving scientists an unprecedented look at the boundaries for the giant supercluster that is home to Earth’s own Milky Way galaxy and many others. Scientists even have a name for the colossal galactic group: Laniakea, Hawaiian for “immeasurable heaven.” …
Galaxies are not spread randomly throughout the universe. Instead, they clump in groups, such as the one Earth is in, the Local Group, which contains dozens of galaxies. In turn, these groups are part of massive clusters made up of hundreds of galaxies, all interconnected in a web of filaments in which galaxies are strung like pearls. The colossal structures known as superclusters form at the intersections of filaments.