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Universe@home project's two main goals are:
  1. to provide scientist with a necessary computational power and
  2. to provide the way of involvement for anyone equipped with a computer and willing to take part in the research
Our simulations deal with fundamental problems of the Universe, which cannot be investigated in a laboratory. From the birth of stars to the utmost energetic supernova explosions, nature still astonishes us but at the same time leaves ways for scientific examination. ... More..
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Network maintenance.
I got the email from CAMK:

"We need to switch off the whole CAMK computer network on Friday,
3rd September, 16:00 for major maintenance. We will do our best to turn it back
on as soon as possible, but in the worst case scenario the break may last until
Monday, 6th September, 8:00."

So, from about 3pm CET our servers will be switched off until network comes back.
1 Sep 2021, 19:09:28 UTC · Discuss


No tasks
I'm currently on hospital as I got Covid-19 infection with heart problems as complications.
Before I come back from hospital it will be no new tasks temporary...
27 Nov 2020, 12:17:29 UTC · Discuss


Maintenance breake
Our server room get maintenance breake from Friday, 2nd October, 16:00 to Monday, 4th 5th October, 8:00
2 Oct 2020, 14:23:51 UTC · Discuss


New ULX's
New batch of ULX WU's are on server.

The work units are not so long and should finish in less then two ours on medium specs computer.

The application is compiled on 4.9 kernel in Debian 9.1.
On older kernels application will generate errors...
18 Mar 2020, 16:30:57 UTC · Discuss


A synthetic black hole database published!
With a bit of delay, we would like to announce a publication of the first synthetic database including both black holes in binaries, i.e. with gravitationally bound companion stars, and those which exist as single objects. The latter might have formed from massive single stars (at least twenty times more massive than the Sun) or, more probably, as a result of binary disruptions and stellar mergers. This study is a starting point for other more in-depth analysis of black hole populations in the Milky Way and other galaxies. You can find the publication here https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2019ApJ...885....1W, whereas the database is publicly available here https://universeathome.pl/universe/bhdb.php.
3 Mar 2020, 7:49:27 UTC · Discuss


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