(Washington Post) The BOSS is big. Really big. Yuuuuuge.
So big that when a star is born on one side of the BOSS, it takes a billion years for the light to reach the other side.
So big that comparing the BOSS to the next biggest thing like it is like comparing Andre the Giant to your 3-year-old nephew.
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What is the BOSS? It's a wall. A Great Wall. It makes other walls — you know which ones — look like, well, nothing, because the BOSS Great Wall is an immense complex comprising more than 800 galaxies and weighing 10,000 times as much as the Milky Way and other walls are just a measly pile of rocks on an insignificant planet in a remote part of space.