New simulations of the cosmos in 3D

View a supernova from all sides, follow a shock wave from all directions, watch the birth of a star: you can do all that and more with some impressive 3D simulations that are freely available on the net; they were made using data from some of the most important space telescopes.

I encourage you to take a look; the examples are fascinating and allow you to experience events in space much more vividly and clearly than by just reading about them or by looking at 2D pictures.

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BrandonQMorris
  • BrandonQMorris
  • Brandon Q. Morris is a physicist and space specialist. He has long been concerned with space issues, both professionally and privately and while he wanted to become an astronaut, he had to stay on Earth for a variety of reasons. He is particularly fascinated by the “what if” and through his books he aims to share compelling hard science fiction stories that could actually happen, and someday may happen. Morris is the author of several best-selling science fiction novels, including The Enceladus Series.

    Brandon is a proud member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America and of the Mars Society.