An international research group led by Associate Professor Tomoaki Ishiyama of Chiba University succeeded in the world’s largest dark matter structure formation simulation using all CPU cores of the national astronomical observatory supercomputer “Atelui II”, and simulated more than 100 terabytes. The data has been published on the Internet cloud. Currently, large-scale astronomical survey observations using the Subaru Telescope of the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan are underway, but in order to extract and verify a lot of information from the observations, a huge simulated catalog of galaxies and active galactic nuclei is required. This data is positioned as basic data for that purpose, and will be useful for research aimed at elucidating the large-scale structure of the universe and galaxy formation.
The results of this study were published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society published by the Royal Astronomical Society of the United Kingdom in September 2021.
Simulation: Tomoaki Ishiyama
Visualization: Hirotaka Nakayama
National Astronomical Observatory 4D Digital Space Project
The world’s largest “simulated universe” is released-Toward the elucidation of the large-scale structure of the universe and galaxy formation-
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IMPOSSIBLE, but it happened live on SIC Portuguese TV.
“You do not even need chickens, nor do you
Chinese police dismantle factory to make artificial eggs from plastic materials and inedible human waste. And it exports its product to the Arab world and to Morocco, especially through Arab merchants !!!
The factory produces about 50,000 cartons per day (each with 360 eggs …)
This egg is the cause of the spread of gastrointestinal cancer diseases!
At present, the director of the Chinese factory is in jail. What is strange is that this Chinese industrial egg does not differentiate it from the original egg, either in shape or texture, and inside it is egg white and egg yolk, like the original chicken eggs, and is now widespread in our markets .”