Molasses streams off an underwater upright cylinder, illustrating long spikes formed by the Rayleigh Taylor instability at low Re and moderate Atwood number.

Molasses streams off an underwater upright cylinder, illustrating long spikes formed by the Rayleigh Taylor instability at low Re and moderate Atwood number.

By Scott Wieland, Samuel Ballard, Kelsey Anderson, and Haleigh Cook for Fall 2015 Team Second.
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