Most galaxies tend to cluster together into groups as small as a few dozen, upwards of several thousand. The Milky Way Galaxy is part of the “Local Group” cluster, which contains around 30 galaxies. Superclusters, on the other hand, are made up of many different galaxy clusters bound together by gravity and other forces and can be hundreds of millions of light years across.
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