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The model shown above is a 3D density profile of a simulated Supernova Remnant (SNr), in which there were inhomogeneities present in the ambient environment surrounding the initial Supernova Explosion (SNe).
These inhomogeneities included a torus, or doughnut, enciricling the SNe, as well as a cloud-like structure in the SNe’s immediate surroundings.
After approximately 2000 years of evolution, the initial SNe interacted with these features, producing the complex yet fascinating morphology you see before you!
This model was completed as part of the PRACE Summer of HPC 2020 programme, using the Galileo Supercomputer at CINECA, Italy, under the supervision of Prof. Salvatore Orlando (www.sketchfab.com/sorlando).