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- 12.14.10 - NASA Satellite Data Addresses Needs of California Growers
- NAS supercomputing resources are supporting work that will provide California growers in the San Joaquin Valley with important information and images about crop growth, irrigation demands, forecasts, and more.
- 11.09.10 - Supercomputing Conference Highlights NASA Earth, Space Missions
- NASA will showcase the latest achievements in climate simulation, space exploration, aeronautics engineering, science research and supercomputing technology at the 23rd annual Supercomputing 2010 (SC10) meeting.
- 11.03.10 - NASA and Partners to Demonstrate 40- and 100-Gigabit Network Technologies at SC10
- NASA and federal, university, and vendor partners will be demonstrating significant local- and wide-area file transfers at the SC10 conference, November 15–18 in New Orleans.
- 09.23.10 - Dust Models Paint Alien's View of Solar System
- New supercomputer simulations tracking the interactions of thousands of dust grains show what the solar system might look like to alien astronomers searching for planets.
- 09.09.10 - NASA Awards Contract for Supercomputing Improvements
- NASA has selected South Bay, EDC Inc., Chandler, Ariz., to receive a contract to improve the reliability of the power supply for the NASA Advanced Supercomputing Facility at NASA Ames.
- 09.09.10 - NASA High-End Computing Testbed Runs Over National LambdaRail
- NASA has started to conduct end-to-end throughput performance benchmarking as part of its High-End Computing 20, 40, and 100 gigabits per second Network Testbed initiative.
- 07.28.10 - Best Hope for Saving Arctic Sea Ice is Cutting Soot Emissions
- The quickest, best way to slow the rapid melting of Arctic sea ice is to reduce soot emissions from the burning of fossil fuel, wood and dung, according to a new modeling study by Stanford University researcher Mark Z. Jacobson.
- 06.28.10 - NASA Goddard Introduces the NASA Center for Climate Simulation
- Goddard recently introduced the NASA Center for Climate Simulation, an integrated set of supercomputing, visualization, and data interaction technologies that will enhance agency capabilities in weather and climate prediction research.
- 06.02.10 - NASA Supercomputer Doubles Capability, Increases Efficiency
- Pleiades, NASA's supercomputing powerhouse, located at Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif., placed sixth on the Top500 list of the world's most powerful, high-performance computers.
- 04.19.10 - NASA Announces a New Approach to Earth Science Data Analysis
- The way we analyze planet Earth will never be the same, thanks to a new initiative at NASA that integrates supercomputers with global satellite observations and sophisticated models of the Earth system in an online collaborative environment.
- 01.13.10 - New Research Resolves Conflict in Theory of How Galaxies Form
- Simulations run at the NASA Advanced Supercomputing (NAS) Facility and other locations solve nagging issues in the theory of how cold dark matter let the universe evolve into the galaxy-rich cosmos we see today.
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