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Shrinking the Inside of an Explosion

5 hours ago − American Institute of Physics
WASHINGTON, D.C., Aug. 30, 2016 -- Testing explosions is epic science. The most detailed studies of explosive charges have been conducted at national laboratories using a gun as big as a room to fire a flat bullet -- the flyer plate, typically 100 millimeters in diameter -- into an explosive charge inside a thick-walled chamber that contains the fierce blast. The tests require enormous facilities. …
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