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  Title:   National Center for Computational Sciences  
 
  Archival URL:  
http://eot.us.archive.org/eot/20080916004202/nccs.gov/  
  Live URL:   http://nccs.gov/  
  Coverage:   September 16, 2008 - August 13, 2009  
  Description:   The National Center for Computational Sciences (NCCS) provides the most powerful computing resources in the world for open scientific research. It is one of the world's premier science facilities' unparalled research environment that supports dramatic advances in understanding how the physical world works and using that knowledge to address our most pressing national and international concerns. The NCCS was founded in 1992 to advance the state of the art in high-performance computing by putting new generations of powerful parallel supercomputers into the hands of the scientists who can use them the most productively. It is a managed activity of the Advanced Scientific Computing Research program of the Department of Energy Office of Science (DOE-SC) and is located at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.  
  Title:   Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility  
 
  Archival URL:  
http://eot.us.archive.org/eot/20130320221216/http://www.nccs.gov/  
  Live URL:   http://www.nccs.gov/  
  Coverage:   September 13, 2012 - March 20, 2013  
  Title:   NCCS: Home  
 
  Archival URL:  
http://eot.us.archive.org/eot/20080917181023/nccs.nasa.gov/  
  Live URL:   https://www.nccs.nasa.gov/  
  Coverage:   September 16, 2008 - August 27, 2009  
  Description:   The NASA Center for Computational Sciences (NCCS) enables scientists to increase their understanding of the Earth, the solar system, and the universe through computational modeling and processing of space-borne observations.