Experiments occupy a valuable place in scientific studies. In cases where supervised experiments cannot be performed, simulations come into play. Simulations are a frequently used procedure to solve the mysteries of space. This simulation, on the other hand, is quite comprehensive.
Researchers have created a virtual world and this cosmos Uchuu uploaded it to a program they named. Later, they made the program accessible to everyone over the cloud. Uchuu, which means outer space in Japanese, was introduced as the largest and most realistic world simulation ever made. There are 2.1 trillion particles in the simulation and it covers an area of 9.63 billion light-years.
Thousands of processors used:
The scientists behind the project, Uchuu in more detail than ever before expresses what they have developed in order to examine the world. Stars and planets are not included in detail in the program, which focuses on the universe in a broad plan, so we cannot sit down and discover a planet at the other end of the universe. Instead, the dark element auras occupy a valuable place.
In Uchuu we are in a kind of time machine. From the Big Bang In this time travel we set off, we can watch the universe in general if we want, or we can only focus on a certain part of the world.
Of course, it is not easy to develop such a simulation. Researchers ATERUI II and each of its 40,200 processor cores. In total, 20 million hours of amazing computer-hour processes are being done. 3 petabytes information output. Fortunately, thanks to data compression technologies, this information was compressed into a space of only (!) 100 terabytes. If you say that I have more than 100 terabytes of space, you can download all the data from this contact.
The scenes in the simulation, on the other hand, are quite remarkable. In the image below, it is possible to see how traveling around the world is, even if it is a module.