An astronomer wanted to surprise their spouse on their anniversary by showing them a simulation of the Big Bang on a computer, then naming the closest pair of stars created by this Big Bang with their names. Big Bang is the name of a cosmological theory that assumes that the universe started from the expansion of a single very high-density singularity.
Fortunately, the program is not supposed to go anywhere close to a real simulation of the Big Bang. For the purposes of this simple program, our Big Bang simply fills a flat rectangular space with stars scattered at random positions. The program then allows a user to find the closest pair of unnamed stars in this universe and assign the user’s name to the first star in this pair, and the name of the user’s spouse to the second star.
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