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Food and Sun: Wolfram Language Recipe Graphs for the Solar Eclipse

Published Apr 2, 2024

At Wolfram Research, we are excited for the April 8 total solar eclipse and plan to observe this extraordinary event in several ways. Read about the science and math of this rare phenomenon in Stephen Wolfram’s new book, Predicting the Eclipse: A Multimillennium Tale of Computation, and then find eclipse … »

Computational Astronomy: Exploring the Cosmos with Wolfram

Published Mar 25, 2024

This year’s Global Astronomy Month is off to an exciting start for North America in anticipation of the total solar eclipse on April 8. In light of this momentous event, the following is a list of resources that bring Wolfram Language and astronomy together—including expert video guides, projects and books—for … »

Enhance Wind Turbine Design with the New Wolfram System Modeler Rotating Machinery Library

Published Mar 11, 2024

Explore the contents of this article with a free Wolfram System Modeler trial. A wind turbine gearbox, susceptible to erratic wind loads, frequently fails well before its intended lifespan. Such failures, occurring globally, not only cause significant downtime but also lead to substantial economic losses. Can simulations help avoid … »

How Many Days Would February Have if the Earth Rotated Backward? Exploring Leap Years with Wolfram Language

Published Feb 29, 2024

Happy Leap Day 2024! A leap day is an extra day (February 29) that is added to the Gregorian calendar (the calendar most of us use day to day) in leap years. While leap years most commonly come in four-year intervals, they sometimes come every eight years. This is because … »

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