Earth  Sun  Universe  ID: 110

Images of Earth and Space: Supercomputing 96

This animation includes seven visualizations from Goddard Space Flight Center, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and NASA HPCC Earth and Space Sciences Project investigators. In order of appearance, they are stellar turbulence, 3D colliding black holes, star formation, solar surge, Hurricane Florence, Southern California fly-over, and a running skeleton. Classical music accompanies the visuals.

Visualization Credits

Fausto Cattaneo (University of Chicago): Lead Animator
Chad Kainz (NASA): Animator
John Shalf (NASA): Animator
Paul Walker (NASA): Animator
Steve Maher (NASA/GSFC): Animator
David Curkendall (NASA/JPL CalTech): Animator
Peggy Li (NASA): Animator
Will Duquette (NASA): Animator
Kathya Zamora-Diaz (NASA): Animator
Robert Crippen (NASA): Animator
Tom Logan (NASA): Animator
Andy Acuna (Hughes STX): Animator
Ed Rodgers (NASA/GSFC): Scientist
Marcus Pandy (University of Texas): Scientist
Brian Garner (University of Texas): Scientist
Clay Anderson (University of Texas): Scientist
Peter Anninos (NCSA): Scientist
Fausto Cattaneo (University of Chicago): Scientist
Andrea Malagoli (University of Chicago): Scientist
Edward Seidel (NCSA): Scientist
Steve Brandt (NCSA): Scientist
Karen Camarda (NCSA): Scientist
Joan Masso (NCSA): Scientist
Wai-Mo Suen (Washington University): Scientist
Judith Karpen (Naval Research Laboratory): Scientist
Spiro Antiochos (Naval Research Laboratory): Scientist
C. Richard DeVore (Naval Research Laboratory): Scientist
Jarrett Cohen (GST): Writer
Please give credit for this item to:
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio