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02.19.19 – What Machine Learning Can Tell Us About Climate Change
A NASA study shines new light on how climate change may affect the Amazon rainforest. Machine learning expert Kamalika Das, at NASA's Ames Research Center, ran her simulations on the Pleiades supercomputer to develop her optimization-based models.
U.S. maps showing visualizations of results from land surface model simulations
02.19.19 - NCCS and NOAA Supercomputers Help Scientists Quantify the Components of Land Water Evaporation
Using NASA Center for Climate Simulation (NCCS) and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) supercomputers, NASA scientists ran multi-decade land surface model simulations to investigate uncertainties in quantifying the components of terrestrial evaporation (ET)—a key factor in determining how much water is available on land for agriculture.
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02.05.19 - NCCS and NAS Enable ‘Pulsar in a Box’ Simulations
NASA Center for Climate Simulation (NCCS) and NASA Advanced Supercomputing (NAS) Facility supercomputers enabled groundbreaking simulations of spinning neutron stars—called pulsars—that trace the paths of charged particles in magnetic and electric fields surrounding the stars.
Air taxi simulation
01.31.19 - NAS Innovations Highlighted in NASA Tech Briefs
NAS Division researcher Patricia Ventura Diaz' stunning visualization of a concept air taxi graced the cover of the January 2019 issue of Tech Briefs NASA is studying Urban Air Mobibility (UAM) vehicles for revolutionizing human air transportation. Also featured in this issue: NAS aerospace engineer Stuart Rogers' Pegausus 5 software transforms how commercial jetliners are built.


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