The explosion of supernova: M&M'S slow motion dissolving in water 12/27/2016 • brian l
Beauty of Science project has published a video showing how chocolate dragees M&M'S are dissolved in water in slow motion. The camera with macro effect and 4K resolution gives the impression that a real supernova explodes. It drew attention of publishing company PetaPixel. This is so fantastic!
Earlier Beauty of Science released videos showing crystals, bacteria and plants under the microscope, as well as under the influence of electric current.
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