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In this video Professor Matthew Bailes discusses the capabilities of Swinburne University's 'Green Machine', its newest supercomputer.Through the power of the Green Machine, Swinburne Astronomers have made exciting discoveries, like the diamond planet.
The Swinburne supercomputer: finding diamonds in astrophysical haystacks (Research at Swinburne)
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(Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing)
Research At Swinburne
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