— NASA (@NASA) September 26, 2019. The visualisation can be seen depicting the dense space-time distorting body in a spectacular manner. The gravitational pull of a black hole is so strong that even light cannot escape it, with the gravitational pull attracting all matter in its range, forming a disk of gas, dust and other matter. Welcome to the Virtual Earth System Laboratory! Here, the Ice Sheet System Model (ISSM) team hosts simulations related to glaciers, ice sheets, sea level and solid earth. Our earth science simulations fall into one or more categories, which can be reached via the links below. Model the evolution of ... NASA scientists using virtual reality technology are redefining our understanding about how our galaxy works. Using a customized, 3-D virtual reality (VR) simulation that animated the speed and ... Engine degradation simulation was carried out using C-MAPSS. Four different were sets simulated under different combinations of operational conditions and fault modes. Records several sensor channels to characterize fault evolution. The data set was provided by the Prognostics CoE at NASA Ames. Format FloEFD for simulation of external aerodynamics. by Tatiana Trebunskikh, Andrey Ivanov. E xternal aerodynamics is a theoretical basis for aerospace technology, and aerodynamic calculations of modern aircraft and other vehicles. High precision ephemerides for solar-system bodies are available on-line using JPL's HORIZONS system. Most optical and radar observers will be best served by using our HORIZONS system to generate custom observer-table ephemerides. Here, we model the contribution of polar ice sheets to local sea level rise. This work was presented in Adhikari et al., GMD 2016.The simulation captures the evolution of sea level rise over the entire planet, taking into account eustatic sea level, sea level rise from perturbations to the gravity field, and sea level rise from local elastic rebound of the Earth's crust.