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Cosmic Supercomputing Code Selected as Gordon Bell Finalist

Nov 13, 2013 |

The illuminated compact region shining from the center of an active galaxy is known as an active galactic nucleus (AGN). Active galactic nuclei can produce jets of plasma thousands of light-years long. Consider popular images of galaxies speared by intense light. Many astronomers believe that this explosive energy output is powered by supermassive black holes Read more…