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Blue Waters Visualization Team Provides First Science Images


April 3, 2012

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With the first portion of the Blue Waters petascale supercomputer now being used by six science teams, the Blue Waters visualization team is using scalable visualization software to produce some of the first science images from the Blue Waters project. Full Story

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The National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA)

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