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Have you ever heard of astronomy’s “three-body problem”? Let’s give you a quick …

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Have you ever ever heard of astronomy’s “three-body downside”? Let’s provide you with a fast lesson. ⁠🌝⁠

When three celestial our bodies — for example the Earth, Moon, and Solar — orbit one another, their gravitational pulls produce a peculiar, and seemingly unpredictable, system. And determining the best way to predict the place every celestial physique might be in area and time at any given level is an issue that is been stumping astronomers for like… 300 years. (We’ve got Sir Isaac Newton to thank for formulating the idea within the first place.)⁠

However now that we now have a fantastic invention referred to as a neural community, researchers declare they’ll remedy the three-body downside quicker than ever earlier than. Faucet the hyperlink in our bio to learn extra.⁠



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Comments to Have you ever heard of astronomy’s “three-body problem”? Let’s give you a quick …

  • Have you heard about Indian Panchang? It is 🔥

    haxinos July 9, 2020 1:58 am Reply
  • This reminds me of a book…

    louisimmortal July 9, 2020 1:58 am Reply
  • 🤔

    imagery_66 July 9, 2020 1:58 am Reply
  • I read the book, it’s badass

    jsamarne July 9, 2020 1:58 am Reply
  • 👏

    courtniescruthu July 9, 2020 1:58 am Reply
  • How does a neural network relate to astrophysics?

    moonman_de July 9, 2020 1:58 am Reply
  • This is simultaneously enlightening and embarrassing at the same time (feel like I should have looked this up long ago 😅). Thanks @futurism

    karman.app July 9, 2020 1:58 am Reply
  • There is a chinese science fiction book of this same name which is very, very good, available in English thanks to a translation by Cixin Liu. Great, original and interesting read.

    noel.luperon July 9, 2020 1:58 am Reply
  • “Solving” is not exactly good wording, as this problem can’t even be analytically solved. The only thing this neural newtwork may improve is the speed and accuracy of numerical calculations (approximations).

    telos37 July 9, 2020 1:58 am Reply
  • Amazing! I didn’t even know such a thing existed until now 😂

    autopoieticxo July 9, 2020 1:58 am Reply
  • You left out the best part, that it’s 100 million times faster!

    randomdavis July 9, 2020 1:58 am Reply
  • ✌️🤠⭐

    mohammadtaghijavadi July 9, 2020 1:58 am Reply
  • Don’t alert the Trisolarans!!

    wojakshitter July 9, 2020 1:58 am Reply
  • I’m really into this graphic for some reason.

    jakeperiphery July 9, 2020 1:58 am Reply
  • So does this not take into account the black hole at the center of the galaxy that our sun is orbiting around. It’s a body that comes into play with its forces on our sun, no?

    hubbardca July 9, 2020 1:58 am Reply
  • Use earth time. Wherever the planets are at any given time, is a point in earth time. Sec, Min, Hrs, Wks, Days, Mths, Yrs. And then track the orbit in earth time at whatever point in time it is in earth time in tracking the orbit.

    coreyhfranklin July 9, 2020 1:58 am Reply

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