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Simulated propagation of seismic waves in the stratovolcano Mount Merapi

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Simulated propagation of seismic waves in the stratovolcano Mount Merapi
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Ground shaking obtained from a petascale simulation of the 1992 Landers Earthquake

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Ground shaking petascale simulation
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Magnetic field lines after the hypermassive star collapses to a black hole

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Magnetic field lines
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Merger of two magnetized neutron stars

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Merger of two magnetized neutron stars
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Hypermassive neutron star produced by the merger of two magnetized neutron stars

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Hypermassive neutron star
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Density (red) and magnetic field strength (blue) of a hypermassive neutron star produced by the merger of two magnetized neutron stars

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Density and magnetic field strength of a hypermassive neutron star
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Black-hole torus system produced by the merger of two neutron stars of unequal mass

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Black-hole torus system
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Logo ExaHyPE
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ExaHyPE coordinator Prof. Dr. Michael Bader
Informatics Department, Technische Universität München

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ExaHyPE coordinator Prof. Dr. Michael Bader
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