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Taming Turbulence

News   Dec 12, 2018 | Original Press Release from the University of Wisconsin-Madison

 
Taming Turbulence

An improved model for how shear-flow turbulence changes in different systems will more easily address previously intractable problems for understanding phenomena such as star formation and the dynamics of galaxies without the need for expensive supercomputers. Credit: NASA, ESA, THE HUBBLE HERITAGE TEAM (STSCI/AURA)

 
 
 

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