Mar 1, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger
A computing enthusiast in the U.K., equipped with an NVIDIAA CUDAA -enabled GPU, has been involved in the discovery of a new pulsar, as part of the worldwide "volunteer distributed-computing" project known as Einstein@Home. The pulsar, originally discovered in July 2010, is identified as PSR J1952+2630. It measures about 15 kilometers in diameter ...
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