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Watching An Underwater Explosion At 120,000 FPS Looks Spectacular

Video: YouTube’s The Slow Mo Guys have turned some of life’s most mundane happenings into amazing footage using their high-speed cameras. But capturing an underwater explosion at a blistering 120,000 frames per second lets us see the rapidly expanding initial blast that then collapses into a white hot ball of “let’s watch that again and again!” More »      
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