Harry Coumnas - A Russian Scientist Who Claims To Have Discovered the Most Distant Galaxy Harry Coumnas is a 90 years old scientist from Russia who claims to have discovered a galaxy which according to him is the most distant to the Milky Way (galaxy that has our Solar System). Coumnas found this galaxy during one of his recent interstellar trips. He says that there is too much undiscovered territory & we’ve touched just the tip of the iceberg. After travelling for several millions of light years, he hit upon the last galaxy in our solar system and created history. As he is the one who found this galaxy, Harry Coumnas feels that it is his right to name it too. Though he had a few names in mind for this newly found galaxy, such as - Distantacia, Chipessia, Lastorus 1515, Pearl, Made-a, and GoPoaz 65; he went for El- Positivo. The reason for his choice is the positivity he felt on reaching this place. He told the team on board during his space ship that he would be calling the galaxy "El Positivo" because of the unbelievable positive energy that it was emitting; but due to some disagreements within the team, he had to put this name on hold for a while. However, after discussions within the team, everyone agreed to name the galaxy “El-Positivo”. Talking about the shape of this newly found galaxy with the media, Harry
shared that it looks like shape shifting amoeba. The arms are long & extend out into the universe. Besides that, it is mostly red in color with smidgets of a vibrant violet color. More about Harry Coumnas….. Coumnas is a new age space explorer who was born in Russia to scientist parents who encouraged him to go out to the ends of the universe & learn as much as he can. He has been on several space tours and started a space exploration company on his own at the age of 22.