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Flames in Space Poll: What's it all about?

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Jul 08, 2016
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Supporters of npj Microgravity, NASA, have recently sent us a handful of images relating to combustion research, and showing in magnificent colour arrangements, the different ways flames react in microgravity conditions.

As part of our npj Microgravity Community launch, we are polling these images to our members, who can upvote their favourites; the most popular image will be the feature of an upcoming written piece, to be posted within the research channel of the community.

The entrants are as follows....

Flames in Space Image Poll: Blowoff Sequence
Flames in Space Image Poll: Ethylene Diffusion Flame #1
Flames in Space Image Poll: Ethylene Diffusion Flame #2
Flames in Space Image Poll: Sooty Flower
Flames in Space Image Poll: Dragon's Breath
Flames in Space Image Poll: Flame Spiral
Flames in Space Image Poll: Seven SiC Filaments
Flames in Space Image Poll: Soot Streamers
Flames in Space Image Poll: Two Candle Flames

Click the above or browse our research channel for more information on each image..



















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Robert Broadbent

Communities & Digital Marketing Manager, Springer Nature

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