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Jason Cawley
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Simulating whole universe evolution

Computing the Cosmos

"The Millennium Run took 26 days to run on the Max Planck Institute supercomputer. It yielded 20 TB of data in 64 snapshots of the virtual universe..."

http://www.spectrum.ieee.org/WEBONL...04/0804cos.html

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The paper on this simulation run is now the cover of the June 2nd issue of Nature...

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