Supercomputing Helps Explain the Milky Way’s Shape

September 30, 2022

If you look at the Milky Way from “above,” it almost looks like a cat’s eye: a circle of spiral arms with an oval “iris” in the middle. That iris — Read more…

Hubble Telescope, Supercomputing Enable Exoplanet Observations

May 5, 2022

The first exoplanet detection happened only 30 years ago—but now, thanks to rapid advances in observation and data processing technologies, astronomers are wo Read more…

NASA Spotlights Its Galaxy of HPC Activities

April 15, 2022

“HPC Matters!” was the big, bold title of a talk by Piyush Mehrotra, division chief of NASA’s Advanced Supercomputing (NAS) Division at its Ames Research Center, during the meeting of the HPC Advisory Council at Stanford last week. At the meeting, Mehrotra offered a glimpse into the state of supercomputing at NASA—and how its systems are being applied. Read more…

Space Weather Prediction Gets a Supercomputing Boost

June 9, 2021

Solar winds are a hot topic in the HPC world right now, with supercomputer-powered research spanning from the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (which used Oak Ridge’s Titan system) to University College London (which used resources from the DiRAC HPC facility). One of the larger... Read more…

Organizations Partner to Rescue Petabytes of Data from the Arecibo Observatory

April 21, 2021

The Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico stood as the world’s largest single-aperture telescope for more than half a century, its grandiosity earning it a turn Read more…

Supercomputer Research May Have Solved a Planetary Mystery

February 19, 2021

For decades, astronomers have struggled to explain why planets with intermediate masses – such as Uranus and Neptune – overwhelmingly outnumber planets of o Read more…

Supercomputers Assist Galactic Archaeology Efforts

October 29, 2020

Galactic archaeologists trace back the origins of the Milky Way, examining the faintest traces of light, gases and matter to determine how, when and why various Read more…

Pawsey Supercomputing Centre Spins Up ‘Garrawarla’ for Astronomical Insight

August 30, 2020

Pawsey Supercomputing Centre is welcoming a new GPU cluster, Garrawarla, a key resource for the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) radio telescope project in Australia, a precursor to the Square Kilometre Array. Procured by CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, from HPE in early 2020 at a cost of... Read more…

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