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Inside a Supertwister

Dr. Leigh Orf, a scientist from the University of Wisconsin, tells us how he designed the most detailed supercomputer models of a tornadic thunderstorm ever produced. Funded in part by: National…

From  Jeffrey Carpenter 10 Months ago 7 views 0  

Tour of First Light in the Renaissance Simulations at 400 Million Years after the Big Bang [data variables, grids, and labels]

PI B. W. O'Shea (MSU), co-PI M. L. Norman (UCSD). NSF OCI-0832662 GRANT: NSF grants AST-1109243, AST-1211626, AST-1333360, and ACI-0832662. Also ACI-1514580 DATA SIZE: 7.8 TB (around 160 GB per…

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Tour of First Light in the Renaissance Simulations at 400 Million Years after the Big Bang [data variables and labels]

PI B. W. O'Shea (MSU), co-PI M. L. Norman (UCSD). NSF OCI-0832662 GRANT: NSF grants AST-1109243, AST-1211626, AST-1333360, and ACI-0832662. Also ACI-1514580 DATA SIZE: 7.8 TB (around 160 GB per…

From  Jeffrey Carpenter A year ago 5 views 0  

Large Synoptic Survey Telescope Model and Planned Network

Funded in part by: National Science Foundation Award: ACI-1445176 The Centrality of Advance Dgitally Enabled Science: CADENS Cutaway animation of the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope with a map of…

From  Jeffrey Carpenter A year ago 82 views 0  

Study of a Numerically Modeled Severe Storm

The understanding of severe storms begins with observations of their behavior. Numerical models of thunderstorms can be used to compliment this understanding. These models consist of mathematical…

From  Jeffrey Carpenter A year ago 110 views 0  

Cyberfest_MachineChild

Debut performance of "Machine Child" at the Krannert Center celebrating the birthday of HAL during Cyberfest Gala 1997

From  Jeffrey Carpenter A year ago 143 views 0  

Milky Way Analogue Isolated Disk Galaxy

Funded in part by: National Science Foundation Award: ACI-1445176 The Centrality of Advance Dgitally Enabled Science: CADENS The properties of disk galaxies are determined by a balance between…

From  Jeffrey Carpenter 2 Years ago 141 views 0  

Seeing Inside The Sun

Robert Stein, Michigan State University describes how he got interested in astronomy and stars and how he used computing to uncover the secrets of our sun. Funded in part by: National Science…

From  Jeffrey Carpenter 2 Years ago 100 views 0  

First Light in the Renaissance Simulations: Formation of the Very First Galaxies in the Universe [variables w/grids & labels]

PI B. W. O'Shea (MSU), co-PI M. L. Norman (UCSD). NSF OCI-0832662GRANT: NSF grants AST-1109243, AST-1211626, AST-1333360, and ACI-0832662. Also ACI-1514580DATA SIZE: 7.8 TB (around 160 GB per…

From  Jeffrey Carpenter 2 Years ago 18 views 0  

First Light in the Renaissance Simulations: Formation of the Very First Galaxies in the Universe [variables w/labels]

PI B. W. O'Shea (MSU), co-PI M. L. Norman (UCSD). NSF OCI-0832662GRANT: NSF grants AST-1109243, AST-1211626, AST-1333360, and ACI-0832662. Also ACI-1514580DATA SIZE: 7.8 TB (around 160 GB per…

From  Jeffrey Carpenter 2 Years ago 14 views 0  

First Light in the Renaissance Simulations: Formation of the Very First Galaxies in the Universe [evolution]

PI B. W. O'Shea (MSU), co-PI M. L. Norman (UCSD). NSF OCI-0832662GRANT: NSF grants AST-1109243, AST-1211626, AST-1333360, and ACI-0832662. Also ACI-1514580DATA SIZE: 7.8 TB (around 160 GB per…

From  Jeffrey Carpenter 2 Years ago 28 views 0  

First Light in the Renaissance Simulations: Formation of the Very First Galaxies in the Universe

Funded in part by: National Science Foundation Award: ACI-1445176 The Centrality of Advance Dgitally Enabled Science: CADENS PI B. W. O'Shea (MSU), co-PI M. L. Norman (UCSD). NSF…

From  Jeffrey Carpenter 2 Years ago 460 views 0  

Cosmic Bubble Bath: How the First Galaxies Reionize the Universe [variables w/labels]

GRANT: NSF grant AST-1109243 and XSEDE allocation TG-MCA98N020The PRAC project name is "Formation of the First Galaxies: Predictions for the Next Generation of Observatories"DATA SIZE: 12…

From  Jeffrey Carpenter 2 Years ago 6 views 0  

Cosmic Bubble Bath: How the First Galaxies Reionize the Universe [variables]

GRANT: NSF grant AST-1109243 and XSEDE allocation TG-MCA98N020The PRAC project name is "Formation of the First Galaxies: Predictions for the Next Generation of Observatories"DATA SIZE: 12…

From  Jeffrey Carpenter 2 Years ago 15 views 0  

Cosmic Bubble Bath: How the First Galaxies Reionize the Universe [evolving]

GRANT: NSF grant AST-1109243 and XSEDE allocation TG-MCA98N020The PRAC project name is "Formation of the First Galaxies: Predictions for the Next Generation of Observatories"DATA SIZE: 12…

From  Jeffrey Carpenter 2 Years ago 23 views 0  

Cosmic Bubble Bath: How the First Galaxies Reionize the Universe

Funded in part by: National Science Foundation Award: ACI-1445176 The Centrality of Advance Dgitally Enabled Science: CADENS GRANT: NSF grant AST-1109243 and XSEDE allocation TG-MCA98N020The PRAC…

From  Jeffrey Carpenter 2 Years ago 198 views 0  

Stars from the First Supernovae

Funded in part by: National Science Foundation Award: ACI-1445176 The Centrality of Advance Dgitally Enabled Science: CADENS The simulation shows the early formation of the network of filaments and…

From  Jeffrey Carpenter 2 Years ago 138 views 0  

Dark Energy Survey Sky Coverage and Image Zoom

Funded in part by: National Science Foundation Award: ACI-1445176 The Centrality of Advance Dgitally Enabled Science: CADENS A composite illustration of the breadth of the survey from the Dark …

From  Jeffrey Carpenter 2 Years ago 91 views 0  

The Fornax Cluster Imaged by the Dark Energy Camera

Funded in part by: National Science Foundation Award: ACI-1445176 The Centrality of Advance Dgitally Enabled Science: CADENS A Color composite of The Fornax Cluster of galaxies as imaged by Dark…

From  Jeffrey Carpenter 2 Years ago 74 views 0  

Landscape Dynamics of Yellowstone National Park - Role of Fire 1690 to 1990

These images were created from actual data collected in Yellowstone Park. These images represent each year from 1735 to 2090 we had a simulation code project into the future starting in 1989,…

From  Jeffrey Carpenter 2 Years ago 26 views 0  

Joplin_Jewett_VolumeTubes

Streamlines are driven by a wind field parameter in a computational scientific model of the deadly 2011 Joplin, Missouri tornado. Derived from data, blue streamers falling toward the ground indicate…

From  Jeffrey Carpenter 2 Years ago 373 views 0  

Joplin_Jewett_RadarVolume

The deadly tornado that hit Joplin, MO in 2011 was unusually strong for many reasons. This visualization of a supercomputer simulation of that event shows two large storm clouds crashing into each…

From  Jeffrey Carpenter 2 Years ago 125 views 0  

ElReno_Radar

This is a view of the May 24, 2011 El Reno tornado simulation by Leigh Orf. This visualization is looking at reflectivity in a slice near the base of the tornado.Base reflectivity is a type of radar…

From  Jeffrey Carpenter 2 Years ago 74 views 0  

Joplin_Lombardo2D

Using the GIS data to analyze the location and placement of fallen trees, as well as first-hand insight gained from being on the ground immediately after the event, Dr Frank Lombardo was able to…

From  Jeffrey Carpenter 2 Years ago 42 views 0