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How a Slinky falls in slow motion

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How does a slinky fall when extended by its own weight and then released? We’ve watched this before, but perhaps not in the smoothest of smooth slow motion (ie. 1600fps with a Phantom Flex camera) that YouTube’s The Slow Mo Guys can provide. 

Follow this up with this 300fps explanation by Veritasium!

via The Atlantic

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