A galaxy filament, also known as a galaxy wall or a supercluster complex, is a cosmological structure. Together with cosmic voids, these structures make up the cosmic web, the collective name given to the structure of matter that makes up the universe. A galaxy filament contains multiple superclusters.

Large quasar groups were precursors to galaxy filaments, found in the early universe.

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