Photography of Liquid Droplet Collisions

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Collisions of liquid droplets create fluid sculptures that can be appreciated only when the action is captured by high-speed photography.  This video demonstrates how those photographs are created.  After the first droplet impacts the milk, it generates a Worthington jet, which in turn is impacted by a second droplet.

Link.  Previously on Neatorama: Markus Reugels's Water Drops.

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