Astronomy Videos from The New Scientist

By: karl burkart - Published: Sep 18, 2008 • References: space.newscientist
The New Scientist just released a bunch of amazing scientific simulations courtesy of NASA/Swift/Cruz deWilde of a variety of cosmic events.  The video above shows how astronomers think light from a gamma-ray burst called 080319B was released. A narrow jet punched though the outer layers of a collapsing star, then followed by a wider, less energetic beam.

Enough data has been collected from the Hubble (and other) telescopes and computer simulations are sophisticated enough now to visualize some of the universe’s great mysteries. Stats for Amazing Cosmic Simulations Trending: Older & Chilly
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