The VUDS team led by Olga Cucciati and Brian Lemaux, and other international collaborators, have uncovered a titanic structure in the early Universe. This galaxy proto-supercluster — which was nicknamed Hyperion — was unveiled by new measurements and a complex examination of archive data. This is the largest and most massive structure yet found at such a remote time and distance — merely 2 billion years after the Big Bang.
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The new VUDS public website is online.
New results from VUDS in three new papers on arXiv.
The highlights of these new results are: