Magnetic Fields Made Visible

What do nat­ur­al mag­net­ic fields look like? This extra­or­di­nary footage from NASA’s Space Sci­ences Lab­o­ra­to­ry (UC Berke­ley) gives you a glimpse and reveals their “chaot­ic, ever-chang­ing geome­tries.”

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  • Karl says:

    This ain’t April, right? That video clear­ly is manip­u­lat­ed and rather to be under­stood as a piece of motion graph­ic artistry.

    …cause you’r post sounds like you’re actu­al­ly believ­ing that.

  • Mili says:

    It’s not a real footage, they used sound-con­trolled CGI and 3D com­posit­ing to cre­ate these beau­ti­ful effects. Mag­net­ic fields are still invis­i­ble. But this is great work.

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