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July 2022
Mars meteorite analysis. Left, artistic impression of where an asteroid hit the surface of Mars 5-10Ma ago, ejected Black Beauty and its transit to the Earth (white line). On the right, the dataset and methods used to identify the ejection site of the meteorite.
13 July 2022

Source of ancient Martian rocks found using supercomputers

Now we can sample other planets without leaving home Published in Nature Communications Five to ten million years ago an asteroid smashed into Mars. It created a massive crater and propelled a chunk of ancient Martian crust into space as a new meteorite, which eventually crashed into Africa. We now know where on Mars that meteorite

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1 July 2022

Setonix fires up for researchers

The first phase of the new Setonix supercomputer is now available, creating a faster, user-friendly interface to accelerate discoveries. Setonix Phase 1 is delivering double the compute power of its predecessor, Magnus, via 3rd generation AMD EPYC CPUs. Setonix gives Pawsey’s researchers access to greater performance, enhanced memory bandwidth, and connectivity to the 10x faster

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