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>There is no evidence that our galaxy is expanding. The universe is
>expanding according to evidence of a couple of kinds, but none of
>that evidence arises from observation of objects within our galaxy.
>No external galaxy is seen to be expanding, either.
What makes a local cluster "gravitationally bound" and not a super cluster?