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Great Attractor Syllabification: Great At·trac·tor
Astronomy

Definition of Great Attractor in English:

A massive grouping of galaxies in the direction of the constellations Hydra and Centaurus, whose gravitational pull is thought to be responsible for deviations in the velocity of other galaxies.

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