When a water balloon is popped by a pellet gun, the contracting rubber skin and pressure drop disturbs the surface. The water seems to float momentarily before falling. Filmed at up to 1000 fps by a Casio EX-ZR100.

When a water balloon is popped by a pellet gun, the contracting rubber skin and pressure drop disturbs the surface. The water seems to float momentarily before falling. Filmed at up to 1000 fps by a Casio EX-ZR100.

By Blake Buchannan, Kelsey Spurr, Austin Nossokoff for Spring 2013 Get Wet.
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