The universe is made up of stars, galaxies, nebulae, and galaxies at smaller scales. Below is the most distant image of the universe taken over the years by the Muse1 instrument in the European southern obse in Chile,
almost as if the nerve cells in the brain were intertwined. Covering an area of about 15 million light-years, this web is the first to be woven with dark matter. By wrapping those fibers, a small percentage of the amount of dark matter is covered by clouds of gas (ionized hydrogen exactly). Among them, in the transcendence of dark matter, galaxies are born from hydrogen clouds like baby minnows, shining light into the universe. This is one of the earliest images of the universe.