Galaxy cluster Abell S1077: The cluster’s immense gravity is enough to warp the fabric of space-time. It acts as a magnifying glass and distorts the path of light from distant galaxies when it travels through the cluster (“gravitational lensing”), allowing astronomers to view these otherwise hidden objects.

Galaxy cluster Abell S1077: The cluster’s immense gravity is enough to warp the fabric of space-time. It acts as a magnifying glass and distorts the path of light from distant galaxies when it travels through the cluster (“gravitational lensing”), allowing astronomers to view these otherwise hidden objects.

(Source: Wired)

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