Macro photography of snowflakes sözleri
Macro photography of snowflakes
There is such a variety of snowflakes that you can safely say: there are no two identical. Some even believe that there are more variants of snowflake shapes than atoms in the Universe.
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Snow is formed when microscopic drops of water in the clouds are attracted to dust particles and freeze. Emerging ice crystals that do not exceed 0,1 mm in diameter first fall downwards and grow as a result of condensation of moisture on them from the air.
In this case, six-pointed crystalline forms are formed. Because of the structure of the water molecules between the crystal rays, angles of only 60 ° and 120 ° are possible. The main crystal of water has in the plane the shape of a regular hexagon. On the tops of such a hexagon, then new crystals are precipitated, on them new ones, and so various forms of snowflake stars are obtained.
During very severe frosts (at temperatures below -30 ° C), ice crystals fall out in the form of "diamond dust" - in this case a layer of very fluffy snow consisting of thin ice needles is formed on the surface of the earth.
Snowflakes have their own records. Thus, the largest snowflakes were observed on January 28, 1887, during a snowfall at Fort Kyou in the US state of Montana; one of them measured about 38 × 20 cm.
Bratsk recorded snowflakes in the size of 20 × 30 cm in 1971. Usually, snowflakes are about 5 mm in diameter with a mass of about 0.004 grams.
Complex star-shaped snowflakes possess a unique, geometrically distinctive shape. And the variants of such forms, according to the physicist John Nelson of the Japanese University of Ritsumeikan in Kyoto, are larger than the atoms in the observable universe.
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