High speed video at 3000 fps reveals a hemispherical dome formed during the splash from a 1 inch bolt dropped into water.

High speed video at 3000 fps reveals a hemispherical dome formed during the splash from a 1 inch bolt dropped into water.

By Zachary Stein, Da Zhou, Stephen Wong, Andre Molchanov for Spring 2014 Team Third.
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