An unexplained ‘void’ appears to be pushing the Milky Way through the Universe at 2 million km/h

An unexplained ‘void’ appears to be pushing the Milky Way through the Universe at 2 million km/h

You can’t feel it, but our planet is orbiting the Sun at speeds of roughly 100,000 km/h (62,000 mph), and something is making our Milky Way galaxy move through the Universe at more than 2 million km/h (1.2 million mph). That’s 630 km per second, and now scientists might have finally figured out why.

In front of us, there’s a dense supercluster of galaxies some 650 million light-years away called the Shapley Concentration, and it’s pulling us towards it.

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