Astronomers discover strands of the cosmic web that held the early universe together  CNNView full coverage on Google News

The structure of the early universe looked similar to a spiderweb holding everything together, according to a new study.

Astronomers discover filaments of the cosmic web that held the early universe together

The cosmic web responsible for “gluing” the far-flung galaxies of the universe together has been directly observed for the first time...The cosmic web responsible for “gluing” the far-flung galaxies of the universe together has been directly observed for the first time ever. Scientists using the European Southern

Astronomers spot ‘cosmic web’ that sticks the universe together

“Today's Nobel Prize, Second Half: Mayor and Queloz, along with Geoff Marcy and colleagues, established a new field of astronomy that continues to change our picture of the universe every day, and may ultimately help is know if we are alone in the cosmos. https://t.co/wOxxsL1A3r”

Lawrence M. Krauss on Twitter: "Today's Nobel Prize, Second Half: Mayor and Queloz, along with Geoff Marcy and colleagues, established a new field of astronomy that continues to change our picture of the universe every day, and may ultimately help is know if we are alone in the cosmos. https://t.co/wOxxsL1A3r"

“Peebles’ research emphasized Earthlings’ insignificance in the context of the universe. Mayor and Queloz’s discovery revealed how rare and unusual we are. The 2019 Physics #NobelPrize goes to astronomers who helped humanity find its place in the cosmos: https://t.co/Kf9VxgR52X”

Sarah Kaplan on Twitter: "Peebles’ research emphasized Earthlings’ insignificance in the context of the universe. Mayor and Queloz’s discovery revealed how rare and unusual we are. The 2019 Physics #NobelPrize goes to astronomers who helped humanity find its place in the cosmos: https://t.co/Kf9VxgR52X"