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This is the world's most powerful magnet ever built
posted December 16 2012 13:39.36 by Giorgos Lazaridis




How big is it? Well, it is 45 Tesla. And how big is 45 Tesla? Well again, it is big enough to wipe out half of the tapes recorded by the video camera, only by being in the same building with this monster!

We're talking about the 45 Tesla hybrid magnet in the heart of the MagLab, the Magnetic Field Laboratory in Florida. These guys have so powerful magnets that an levitate almost everything, like plastic, glass, strawberries... Check out the following video to see what a really BIG magnet looks like



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