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Whirlpool Galaxy Genesis - M51a

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Uploaded on Aug 18, 2008

This Physics Simulation tries to find out the M51-a Galaxy Evolution. One big Black Hole in the center of NGC 5194 holds the spiral dynamics while another lighter black hole flies near the big one and is captured in a circular orbit. On the way nearby stars form the satellite galaxy NGC 5195.

This video has been crunched with Computer Physics Lab using inexact Particle-to-Black-Hole algorithm. Rendered in 3 minutes on a PC notebook.

Black Hole Tidal Force transform the original shape of NGC 5194. This simulation render 1 million particles.

Keywords: NGC5194 NGC5195 Tidal Gravitational Force Gravity Physics Simulation 2D Computer Galaxy Core Arms Astronomy Newtonian Black Hole Interaction Dynamics Science Astrophysics

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