I'm learning Python for work. Thought it would be fun to revisit my undergrad days, so I coded this three-body simulation.

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    Poorly written code that generates moderately exciting plots of a very specific physics phenomenon that enthralls dozens of us around the globe.

    Awesome work! There's a great twitter bot that does something similar if folks like this kind of thing. https://twitter.com/ThreeBodyBot

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