Monthly Archives: February 2016

VisIT + SPH

A little while back, I worked with the VisIT team here at LLNL to create an operator for VisIT that will resample SPH particle data to a mesh for the purposes of visualization. I think the results are pretty nice!

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Moon Forming Impact

It’s been known for some time now that the Moon formed out of a cataclysmic collision between the Earth and a Mars-sized planet┬ácalled Theia. What remains unsolved is just how the Moon ended up with so much of Earth’s granite. … Continue reading

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