What is the largest structure ever seen in the Milky Way? It was found recently. See here

16/01/2022

What is the largest structure ever seen in the Milky Way? Have you ever wondered? Our universe is thought to have formed 13.8 billion years ago, probably since then and until now there were huge structures, which we probably did not notice, but we can see what is now in the Milky Way. 

A brief history of hydrogen (to better understand the article): 

Hydrogen formed at approx. 370,000 years after the University was formed. Since then, hydrogen has been one of the most important elements of stars along with helium. Despite the fact that hydrogen is found in stars and is one of the most widespread elements in the universe, it is difficult for scientists to observe or detect individual clouds of hydrogen gas in the interstellar medium. Because of this, it is difficult for researchers to investigate the early stages of star formation, which could lead to a better understanding of the evolution or even creation of galaxies. 

An international team of astronomers has changed things and discovered something that was never thought to be discovered: a massive hydrogen structure. This structure was recently discovered in our galaxy, the Milky Way, and is believed to be one of the largest or even largest structures ever seen in our galaxy. This conglomerate is called "Maggie" and scientists say it is approx. 55,000 light-years away from us.

Finally, astronomers will work with scientists to determine how two of the best-known types of hydrogen (atomic hydrogen (H) and molecular hydrogen (H2)). The process by which atomic hydrogen converts to molecular hydrogen is still unknown to astronomers because if they do not know it, it is difficult for them to make other discoveries based on this structure. 

However, until new discoveries are made, astronomers and scientists have a hypothesis shortly after the discovery. They noticed that the gas converged at different points, so they believe that hydrogen gas accumulates in large clouds in those locations. They also speculate that the atomic gas will gradually condense into a molecular form in those places. 

Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen, on 16 January 2022, at 07:37 am Los Angeles time

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