Thursday, February 18, 2010

Baryon Density - NCSA

Credit: NCSA (The National Center for Supercomputing Applications)


1.5 billion light year cube of baryon distribution


 Truly awesome.


But my critical mind says is there is no galaxy distribution. I don't see Galactic Clusters or similar distribution patterns. I would like to see the associated algorithms used to create this pic. I think this is a need to understand Dark Matter and its interaction with Baryonic Matter.


But it does look similar to this pic from the Spitzer Space Telescope.





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