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1886: “A BULLET IN FLIGHT” : Schlieren photography; Physics professor Ernst Mach and associate Peter Salcher recorded a bullet in flight, allowing them to observe a supersonic shockwave. In one of the first examples of stroboscopy, Mach used a flash of light from an electric spark to record the image onto a glass plate in a dark shed. Light exposure took one millionth of a second. Ernst Mach

1886: “A BULLET IN FLIGHT” : Schlieren photography; Physics professor Ernst Mach and associate Peter Salcher recorded a bullet in flight, allowing them to observe a supersonic shockwave. In one of the first examples of stroboscopy, Mach used a flash of light from an electric spark to record the image onto a glass plate in a dark shed. Light exposure took one millionth of a second. Ernst Mach

Schlieren photography, candle and bullet

Schlieren photography, candle and bullet

straying from the path,         a hard material appearing soft

straying from the path, a hard material appearing soft

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