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  • This shows a rendering of the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST), which will be completed in Chile in 2021.
    Image by LSST Project/NSF/AURA.
    This shows a rendering of the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST), which will be completed in Chile in 2021.
  • Halos of greater mass are shown as spheres – captured here are around one thousand of the heaviest halos – and colored by mass, where red indicates more massive halos, and smaller halos are represented by blue Gaussian density ​“splats.”
    Visualization: Silvio H.R. Rizzi, Argonne National Laboratory.
    Halos of greater mass are shown as spheres – captured here are around one thousand of the heaviest halos – and colored by mass, where red indicates more massive halos, and smaller halos are represented by blue Gaussian density ​“splats.”
  • Theta, a next-generation Cray/Intel system, is bridging the gap between supercomputer Mira and Aurora, a supercomputer to be built by 2021 that will be able to do a billion billion (i.e., a quintillion) calculations per second.
    Image by Argonne National Laboratory.
    Theta, a next-generation Cray/Intel system, is bridging the gap between supercomputer Mira and Aurora, a supercomputer to be built by 2021 that will be able to do a billion billion (i.e., a quintillion) calculations per second.
  • END-TO-END WORKFLOW TO CREATE A SYNTHETIC SKY AS IT WILL BE OBSERVED BY THE LSST: The starting point is the high-resolution Outer Rim simulation that renders matter distribution in the universe.
    Visualization: Mark Hereld, Joseph A. Insley, Michael E. Papka and Venkatram Vishwanath, Argonne National Laboratory
    END-TO-END WORKFLOW TO CREATE A SYNTHETIC SKY AS IT WILL BE OBSERVED BY THE LSST: The starting point is the high-resolution Outer Rim simulation that renders matter distribution in the universe.
  • END-TO-END WORKFLOW TO CREATE A SYNTHETIC SKY AS IT WILL BE OBSERVED BY THE LSST: The matter distribution is populated with galaxies.
    Simulation/Project: HACC Team, Argonne National Laboratory; SPHEREx Team, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Galaxy Information: Jonas Chaves-Montero, Argonne; Shoubaneh Hemmati, Caltech/IPAC. Visualization: Joseph A. Insley, Argonne
    END-TO-END WORKFLOW TO CREATE A SYNTHETIC SKY AS IT WILL BE OBSERVED BY THE LSST: The matter distribution is populated with galaxies.
  • END-TO-END WORKFLOW TO CREATE A SYNTHETIC SKY AS IT WILL BE OBSERVED BY THE LSST: The image simulation code imSim is run, which models things that could impact the camera and how it will look in an actual LSST image.
    Visualization: DC2 DESC Team
    END-TO-END WORKFLOW TO CREATE A SYNTHETIC SKY AS IT WILL BE OBSERVED BY THE LSST: The image simulation code imSim is run, which models things that could impact the camera and how it will look in an actual LSST image.
  • END-TO-END WORKFLOW TO CREATE A SYNTHETIC SKY AS IT WILL BE OBSERVED BY THE LSST: The resulting “raw” images are processed through the Data Management (DM) stack, which generates object catalogs that will be used for the science.
    Visualization: Dominique Boutigny, CC-IN2P3, France
    END-TO-END WORKFLOW TO CREATE A SYNTHETIC SKY AS IT WILL BE OBSERVED BY THE LSST: The resulting “raw” images are processed through the Data Management (DM) stack, which generates object catalogs that will be used for the science.
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