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July 27, 2009

Continuation

devadutta @ 11:19 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1248736751 ) Play

Spot the difference

1 –>  <– 2

Tell us what made 1 become like 2

Cracked by: varuns88 , Dibyo , Uniqueue , udupendra , shenoyvarun86 , psrinivas , Advaith , prasadbhat , Rand Al’Thor , Gurupad , tete80 , krudebox , Rogi , madhur , username , Logik , joe ,ಅನಂತ್, djds4rce and akhi.

Answer:Candle flame in micro-gravity (in the ISS).


21 Responses to “Continuation”

  1. IR camera?


  2. varuns88
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    zero gravity?


  3. Dibyo
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    Candles burning in space/zero-g, etc.


  4. Uniqueue

    Candle flame in microgravity..

    1. candle flame on earth.
    2. candle flame in space.


  5. udupendra
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    2 is how a candle burns in conditions of microgravity and limited air – like inside a spacecraft.


  6. In zero gravity, convection does not carry the hot combustion products away from the fuel source, resulting in a spherical flame front…


  7. psrinivas

    Microgravity causes the flame to burn in form of a sphere around the wick.


  8. Advaith

    Flame in Microgravity


  9. prasadbhat

    Micro gravity or zero gravity


  10. Rand Al'Thor

    Pic 2 is a flame in zero gravity


  11. Microgravity


  12. tete80

    Space (On Earth, a candle burns with a tall, yellow flame. In space, a smaller, blue flame burns on the center of the wick. Credit: NASA)


  13. krudebox
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    A candle lit in Micro Gravity or Zero G.


  14. Rogi
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    Low/zero gravitty.


  15. madhur
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    1. Candle burning on earth
    2. Candle burning in space microgravity


  16. username
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    1. combustion of candle on earth and,
    2. under microgravity

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microgravity


  17. Logik
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    In microgravity, the candle flame bulges out and turns faint blue, instead of being pointy and yellow.


  18. joe

    Candle flame in micro-G


  19. Ananth
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    ಸೂಕ್ಷ್ಮ ಗುರುತ್ವಾಕರ್ಷಣೆ


  20. djds4rce

    2.In zero gravity, convection does not carry the hot combustion products away from the fuel source, resulting in a spherical flame front.


  21. akhi
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    Oh shucks! didn’t see the question :'(


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