Dutch student receives highest mark simulating chaotic interactions of three black holes

Wed 20 Oct 2021
Leiden master's student in astronomy Arend Moerman spent a year investigating the dynamic interactions and collisions between three imaginary black holes. The interactions between three bodies such as stars or planets or black holes cannot be predicted with an elegant formula. Moerman therefore used a computer that calculates what happens for a short period of time and then uses the result for the next period of time.
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