Question Superclusters motion

J@i

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Is it possible for Superclusters to have their own spin or some sort of movement together as a cluster?
 
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When they form, all clusters of stars or galaxies add together the momentum vectors of their constituent stars or galaxies. The sum can be expressed as a single rotational vector and linear momentum vector. If they all eventually merged into a single object, such as a neutron star or black hole, then it would have those same vectors. It is highly improbable that the sum of all the vectors would just happen to be zero.
 
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J@i

Jul 13, 2022
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When they form, all clusters of stars or galaxies add together the momentum vectors of their constituent stars or galaxies. The sum can be expressed as a single rotational vector and linear momentum vector. If they all eventually merged into a single object, such as a neutron star or black hole, then it would have those same vectors. It is highly improbable that the sum of all the vectors would just happen to be zero.
Thank you @billslugg.

Are we able to observe any such motion today for Superclusters like Virgo, Laniakea, Shapely or others?
 

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