•The Hercules–Corona Borealis Great Wall also known as the Great GRB Wall is known as the largest cosmic structure in the observable universe.
•The Hercules-Corona Borealis was discovered in November, 2013 by a group made up of American and Hungarian astronomers.
• It is approximately 10 billion light years away when measured in length. For a little memory refresh, the observable universe is approximately 93 billion light years in diameter).
•Constellation(s): Hercules, Corona Borealis, Lyra, Boötes and Draco.
“It lies in the Northern Hemisphere, centered on the border of the constellations Draco and Hercules.”-Wikipedia.
•This gigantic superstructure stays at the space region observed in the data set mapping of GRBs(gamma-ray bursts).
•The Hercules Borealis is two times bigger than the prior Huge-LQG, making it the largest known formation in the universe.
The plausible explanation for the existence of Hercules Corona clustering was observed through a supercluster
within the region which showed a high rate of star formation.
Since Gamma-Ray-Busts are directly associated with massive stars, more stars are formed at regions in the universe with more matter.