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Tiny scale asteroid impact in slow motion
posted March 19 2011 20:51.01 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Ultraslo uploaded a new video in ultra slow motion. A small gravel is shot with speed in a pile of sand, and the result (shot in 5000 fps) could be a tiny-scale asteroid impact, or at least this is what the artist claims...

[Link: ultraslo]
Tags: crazy photo/video   space related   artistic   slow motion   

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