Advent of Code 2019 Solutions (25 Part Series)
We've got to mind our moons! So let's tighten our belts and drop into the orbit of Day 12.
Fresh from our run-in with the police, we are more safety minded than usual. It's bad enough to be driving while distracted by giant red dots, but Jupiter's moons are swirling about willy-nilly. We need to get tracking!
Part 1 has us simulating four moons as they pull on each other with gravity. Somehow, I don't think that this is how moons normally orbit Jupiter, but whatever!
Part 2 is all about optimization. We need to simulate until it loops! This is a really big number, so we're going to need to cheat to win.
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