December 11, 2016 Boulder, CO
The following image was found at:
on the Astronomy 202: Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics Spring 2008 course website for the University of California at Berkeley. This image was chosen because the fluid dynamics of astrophysics is very intriguing, and it exceptionally shows fluid physics with stars and space in an aesthetically pleasing image.
Image By: The Hubble Heritage
This is the one thing I wish I would have experimented with more this semester
This video by “Skunk Bear” of National Public Radio (NPR) shows the basics of Schlieren Flow Visualization techniques, then utilizes the technique to show the sound waves of a clap, a book landing on a table, the snapping of a towel, a firecracker, and an AK-47.
Produced by: Adam Cole
Hands shot by: Meg Vogel
Schlieren images provided by: Mike Hargather, Amber Kates, Bobby Gold, J. W. Tang, A. Nicolle and J. Pantelic
Music “Eileen” by: Lee Rosevere
Alka Seltzer tabs in oil with food coloring