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    Default a simpler 1D model for SNRs



    Featured Image: Modeling Supernova Remnants

    i'm a fan of Rayleigh-Taylor instability (in addition to structuring SNRs it's also the reason for the difficulty of getting ketchup out of bottles and splashes from milk bottles if you don't tilt the bottle just right to assure smooth flow). YMMV.
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