- NASA Experts Showcase Science, Technology at Supercomputing Conference
- Some of NASA's best and brightest will showcase more than 30 of the agency's exciting computational achievements at SC13, the international supercomputing conference, Nov. 17-22, 2013, in Denver. Highlights include science revelations made during the Curiosity rover's first year on Mars, the Kepler mission's new data-centric strategy for finding new planets, unique insights into galaxy formation, and methods to improve the design of the Space Launch System.
- Virtual Sky
- Using a NASA supercomputer climate model called GEOS-5, scientists are able to simulate cloud movement over Europe and other parts of the world. Such models can help improve scientists' understanding of Earth's climate.
- Discover Resource Manager Change from PBS to SLURM
- The NCCS has changed resource managers from PBS Pro to SLURM. Please
see the following links for more information.
- Climate Models Show Potential 21st Century Temperature, Precipitation Changes
- New data visualizations from the NASA Center for Climate Simulation and NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio show how climate models used in the new report from the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change estimate possible temperature and precipitation pattern changes throughout the 21st century.
- NCCS User Forums Scheduled for 2013
- The next NCCS User Forum has not yet been scheduled. The date, time, and location will be posted here when they have been decided. The presentation slides for the last User Forum, convened on September 24, 2013 are now available at the following link: