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Digitizing the Universe

For years, cosmologists have been racing each other to develop ever more sophisticated and realistic models of the evolution of the Universe. The competition has just become considerably stiffer.

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Figure 1: Simulated cosmos.

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Gnedin, N. Digitizing the Universe. Nature 435, 572–573 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1038/435572a

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