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How do we explore the large-scale structure of the Universe in the modern day?

- Using large spectroscopic redshift surveys.
- By accurately measuring positions of nearby galaxies.
- By observing galaxies in the Local Supercluster.
- By studying clusters of stars in the Milky Way

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    redshift surveys are very important.

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    Using large spectroscopic redshift surveys

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