(Southern Wall, Southern Great Wall)
(large slab of galaxies)
The Sculptor Wall (or Southern Great Wall or Southern Wall)
is a large scale structure element announced in 1990.
It ranges across the sky over hours 22 to 0 and degrees -20
to -45, about 400 million light-years distant.
It forms a wall between the Eridanus Void and the Sculptor Void.
(large scale structure)
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