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NERSC’s Cori System Helps Speed Astronomical Image Analysis by 1,000x

In a demonstration of how parallel computing could dramatically change the scientific community’s ability to study the universe, researchers used the Julia code on the Cori supercomputer at NERSC to speed astronomical image analysis by a factor of 1,000, catalog 188 million astronomical objects in 14.6 minutes, and achieve peak performance of 1.54 petaflops. More>

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