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Slomo supernova simulation, well worth watching

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Again, via Jason Kottke. And read at the link, where you’ll learn (among other things):

By only using an aquarium, ink and water, this film is also an attempt to represent the giant with the small without any computed generated imagery.

It seemed very like blossoming, or giving birth: the next step in development and the beginning something new (the heavy elements, which did not exist in the universe until supernovas and novas made them).

Written by LeisureGuy

4 January 2017 at 8:22 pm

Posted in Science, Video

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