NASA Discovers New Use For High Speed Photography

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    The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) released a video yesterday announcing its use of high speed photography to study and document rocket plume. This experiment will allow them to discover and observe minute elements of sending a man to space that are impossible to see with the naked eye and has never before been captured on film. ?I was amazed to see the ground support mirror bracket tumbling and the vortices shedding in the plume,? said Howard Conyers, a structural engineer on the developing team.

    Researchers and scientists across the globe are finding exciting, new applications for high speed cameras and photography. Whether your object is too miniscule to capture with an average camera or too fast for average shutter speeds, using a high speed camera means that nothing escapes th Continue Reading