SPT-CLJ2106-5844 is the galaxy cluster located 7.5 billion light years from Earth. It was discovered by scientists from the South Pole Telescope Collaboration, using the South Pole Telescope. With a weight of about 1.27 × 1015 solar masses, it's the most massive distant object known. It is about 60% heavier than previously known object detected in 2008, SPT-CL J0546-5345.
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- Reichardt, Christian (2011-01-11). "SPT SZ Observations" (PDF). Planck conference. Retrieved 2011-04-16.
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