News Release 09-129 - Video
High speed video of freely falling granular stream.
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In this high speed video of a freely falling granular stream, viewers see a specially designed camera apparatus move alongside an initial acceleration period and track the formation of grain clusters, similar to the formation of droplets for a water stream falling from a faucet.
Credit: John Royer and Heinrich Jaeger, The University of Chicago