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What is surface tension? Ask a water strider.

Modern technologies like high speed cameras can allow us to see what was previously 'invisible' to the naked eye. This clip from Richard Hammond's Invisible Worlds provides two memorable slow motion examples: A speedy...

Geronimo! What you might not see in a drop of water

Directed & animated in watercolors by Sharon Liu, Geronimo! is a brief glimpse into the "epic movement we miss in every drop."

Coalescence cascade: A water drop dances in slow motion

Coalescence cascade! Watch MIT’s high speed cameras capture drops of water hitting the surface of water at 10,000 frames a second — that’s 400 times faster than the human eye....

Coalescence cascade: The bouncing droplet in slow motion

What is a coalescence cascade? When droplets of water contact the surface of water, it doesn't actually get absorbed straight away like you may think it does. What happens is it gradually bounces up and down until ...


 
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