Farpoint: A High-resolution Cosmology Simulation at the Gigaparsec Scale

@article{Frontiere2022FarpointAH,
  title={Farpoint: A High-resolution Cosmology Simulation at the Gigaparsec Scale},
  author={Nicholas Frontiere and Katrin Heitmann and Esteban Rangel and Patricia Larsen and Adrian Pope and Imran Sultan and Thomas D. Uram and Salman Habib and Silvio Rizzi and Joseph A. Insley},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series},
  year={2022},
  volume={259}
}
In this paper we introduce the Farpoint simulation, the latest member of the Hardware/Hybrid Accelerated Cosmology Code (HACC) gravity-only simulation family. The domain covers a volume of (1000h −1 Mpc)3 and evolves close to two trillion particles, corresponding to a mass resolution of m p ∼ 4.6 × 107 h −1 M ⊙. These specifications enable comprehensive investigations of the galaxy–halo connection, capturing halos down to small masses. Further, the large volume resolves scales typical of modern… 

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