on a galactic scale
The Xaos Supercluster is a supercluster in the known universe. It has been estimated to contain some 47,000 individual galaxies, although none of its galaxies have been cataloged into named groups or clusters. The vast majority of its galaxies are isolated field galaxies, and have no gravitational relationships with each other. One such example would be the Gaia Galaxy, the only named gravitationally-bound structure in the supercluster.
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