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on Hastag #magneticfield Instagram Photo — May 23, 2017

Colored Ferrofluid Display Cells: spectacular metallic blue, gold, and black display cells by - colloidal ferromagnetic liquids in a specially prepared water-alcohol suspension. Curious behavior results from the interplay between magnetic force and surface tension. The gold and blue coloring appears to be from a thin coating at the boundary between the ferrofluid and the suspension liquid. Still exploring the details of the coloring and the specific makeup of the clear suspension fluid - both trade secrets it seems. 🌟Special thanks to of Concept Zero design studio for these beautiful displays! ➡️ Follow the link in my profile for info on where to get these and other amazing ferrofluid displays. toy isawesome

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on Hastag #magneticfield Instagram Photo — May 15, 2017

At the edge of the sun, a large prominence and a small prominence began to shift, turn and fall apart in less than one day on May 8-9, 2017. Prominences are notoriously unstable. Competing magnetic forces pulled the plasma back and forth until they dissipated. The images were taken in a wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. The 18-second video clip is comprised of almost 600 frames being shown at 30 frames per second. Credit: NASA observatory craft

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on Hastag #magneticfield Instagram Photo — Apr 12, 2017

The moon no longer has a magnetic field, but NASA scientists are publishing new research that shows heat from crystallization of the lunar core may have driven its now-defunct magnetic field some 3 billion years ago. Magnetized lunar rocks returned to Earth during the Apollo missions established that the moon once had a magnetic field. The moon’s magnetic field lasted for more than a billion years and, at one point, it was as strong as the one generated by modern Earth. Scientists believe that a lunar dynamo -- a molten, churning core at the center of the moon -- may have powered the magnetic field, but previously did not understand how it had been generated and maintained.

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on Hastag #magneticfield Instagram Photo — Feb 23, 2017

makes Pipp hungry for some apples 😋🍏🍎 His leg is improving a little - it's less swollen and red. It looks like drugs combined with laser and magnetic therapy plus extra fluffy blankets are working. 😊

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on Hastag #magneticfield Instagram Photo — Dec 28, 2016

This magnetic sculpture looks like it's eating black paint.

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on Hastag #magneticfield Instagram Photo — Feb 11, 2017

When I saw this art print by I had to get it. I'm in love❤

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on Hastag #magneticfield Instagram Photo — May 18, 2017

Magnetic Newton's Cradle: the famous collision demonstration reimagined with opposing magnets as the pendulum weights- shown here in two modes of operation. Initially the collision pattern looks similar to the traditional colliding spheres version but quickly goes chaotic- the magnetic field of each weight interacts with all the other magnets simultaneously making the system nonlinear. A 1990s desk toy by Fascinations. ➡️ Follow the link in my profile for info on where get many of the amazing items featured here on toy fun icfield isawesome

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on Hastag #magneticfield Instagram Photo — Apr 19, 2017

Feels like my first single all over again! Witness exclusively on TRACE 2moro @ 10:16 , 11:47, 13:29, 15:25 & 18:12!

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on Hastag #magneticfield Instagram Photo — Feb 17, 2017

Historical fluctuations in the strength of the Earth’s magnetic field have been measured through analysis of ceramic jugs fired some 2,500 years ago. archaeology.org/news (Newton Henry Black, Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons)

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on Hastag #magneticfield Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

A beautiful disaster, from the Juno mission to Jupiter. I am eternally grateful to have had the opportunity to build an amazing career in the realm of science over the past 6 years, which has also benefited the scientific community I love. I deeply respect the researchers I have the privilege of working with and share in their passion for the greater understanding of what is possible for us humans to discover, and what we are capable of creating. While we were not directly involved in this mission (from what I know / can say) it is a humbling and wonderful experience to know that we are not the center of the universe, and that there is more to life than what we could possibly see with our own eyes. For science! ✌️❤️🤘

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on Hastag #magneticfield Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

Posted by Colored Ferrofluid Display Cells: spectacular metallic blue, gold, and black display cells by - colloidal ferromagnetic liquids in a specially prepared water-alcohol suspension. Curious behavior results from the interplay between magnetic force and surface tension. The gold and blue coloring appears to be from a thin coating at the boundary between the ferrofluid and the suspension liquid. Still exploring the details of the coloring and the specific makeup of the clear suspension fluid - both trade secrets it seems. 🌟Special thanks to of Concept Zero design studio for these beautiful displays! ➡️ Follow the link in my profile for info on where to get these and other amazing ferrofluid displays. toy isawesome

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on Hastag #magneticfield Instagram Photo — May 26, 2017

I am . I am . I am . I am . I am . I am... wisely what to put behind those two words ☀️☀️☀️ ( ) ・・・ The magnetic field lines between a pair of active regions formed a beautiful set of swaying arches, seen in this footage captured by our Solar Dynamics Observatory on April 24-26, 2017. These arches, which form a connection between regions of opposite magnetic polarity, are visible in exquisite detail in this wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Extreme ultraviolet light is typically invisible to our eyes, but is colorized here in gold. This video covers almost two days of activity. Credits: NASA/SDO observatory craft

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on Hastag #magneticfield Instagram Photo — May 24, 2017

Our friends at are using our magnets in their Watson magnet prototype! Enjoy experimenting everyone! versityofbirmingham birmingham uni life

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on Hastag #magneticfield Instagram Photo — May 24, 2017

Did you know? facts waves beats field Make good decisions. 💚🙃😘🕉️🙏

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on Hastag #magneticfield Instagram Photo — May 23, 2017

Colored Ferrofluid Display Cells: spectacular metallic blue, gold, and black display cells by - colloidal ferromagnetic liquids in a specially prepared water-alcohol suspension. Curious behavior results from the interplay between magnetic force and surface tension. The gold and blue coloring appears to be from a thin coating at the boundary between the ferrofluid and the suspension liquid. Still exploring the details of the coloring and the specific makeup of the clear suspension fluid - both trade secrets it seems. 🌟Special thanks to of Concept Zero design studio for these beautiful displays! ➡️ Follow the link in my profile for info on where to get these and other amazing ferrofluid displays. toy isawesome

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on Hastag #magneticfield Instagram Photo — May 23, 2017

Для тех , кому интересно в чем же суть моей работы , показываю фокус...

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on Hastag #magneticfield Instagram Photo — May 23, 2017

Oddly and . Get yours today from our store www.frenergy.com.au ( ) ・・・ These shapeshifting are made from ic liquid. s ic field art

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