Well at least researchers at MIT can. You can watch the video below or see it on their website along with even more information.
Bullets piercing metal in slow-motion, filmed at one million frames per second!
Summer’s quickly approaching and before you know it, it’s gone. But the folks at the Discovery Channel’s show Time Warp have helped us keep summer along a little bit longer. Time Warp uses high-speed photography to slow down the action of common every day occurrences, giving us a chance to see what’s really going on.
Like here, check out the action of a humming bird at a feeder
Or watch what happens when a guy belly-flops into a pool
Here are some links to other slo-mo views of cool things, most of them summer related. YouTube does not have embed capabilities open on these videos, so you’ll have to click on the link to access the video.
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