Abell 2667 from Hubble Space Telescope. Comet Galaxy is top-left (blue).
|Observation data (Epoch J2000)|
|Right ascension||23h 51m 42s|
|Declination||−26° 00′ 00″|
|Bautz-Morgan classification||I |
927 Mpc (3,023 Mly) h−1|
This cluster is also a well-known gravitational lens.
On 2 March 2007, a team of astronomers reported the detection of the Comet Galaxy in this cluster.  This galaxy is being ripped apart by the cluster’s gravitational field and harsh environment. The finding sheds light on the mysterious process by which gas-rich spiral-shaped galaxies might evolve into gas-poor irregular- or elliptical-shaped galaxies over billions of years.
- Hubble Space Telescope
- Spitzer Space Telescope
- NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day: Illusion and Evolution in Galaxy Cluster Abell 2667 (5 March 2007)
- ESA news
- "HEASARC Browse". Result for Abell 2667. Retrieved 2010-10-03.
- Abell, George O.; Corwin, Harold G., Jr.; Olowin, Ronald P. (May 1989). "A catalog of rich clusters of galaxies" (PDF). Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series. 70 (May 1989): 1–138. Bibcode:1989ApJS...70....1A. doi:10.1086/191333. ISSN 0067-0049. Retrieved March 13, 2012.
- "NED results for object ABELL 2667". NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database (NED). Retrieved March 17, 2012.
- Scientific paper by Luca Cortese, Delphine Marcillac, Johan Richard and collaborators