Shockwaves propagate in a transparent resin block after a 3.5 km/s collision – counter is in nano seconds


Shockwaves propagate in a transparent resin block after a 3.5 km/s accident – counter remains in nano seconds


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  1. I’m not impressed by the impact but if those are ns and that . it’s a decimal separator… how did they record that? That’s pretty impressive

  2. Wait, is that comma indicating a decimal, or that those are thousands of nanoseconds?

    I wish this were standardized.

  3. This is also similar to what happens to radio signals in an environment, to fiber-optic signals and rf electrical signals in a conductor through a coupler or connection to a different medium.

  4. I love schlieren photography (videography?). Can you imagine how bright that light source had to have been to get this high frame rate?

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