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Frozen snowflakes - Scientists have figured out how to capture them and photograph with an electron microscope. Shipping: Once captured on the copper plate, they can be shipped in a previously liquid nitrogen-cooled container.

25 Amazing Microscopic Images Of Snowflakes

25 Amazing Microscopic Images Of Snowflakes

Frozen snowflakes - Scientists have figured out how to capture them and photograph with an electron microscope. Shipping: Once captured on the copper plate, they can be shipped in a previously liquid nitrogen-cooled container.

Snowflake (as captured by a Low Temperature Scanning Electron Microscope)

The Electron Microscopy Unit of the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center in Beltsville, Maryland took some amazing images of snowflakes shot using an electron microscope. via Wired Science

25 Amazing Microscopic Images Of Snowflakes

25 Amazing Microscopic Images Of Snowflakes

Cold Land Processes Experiment for Low Temperature Scanning Electron Microscopy (LTSEM).

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Ice crystals - Dendritic ice crystals imaged with a scanning electron microscope. The colors are computer generated - A crystal dendrite is a crystal that develops with a typical multi-branching tree-like form. Dendritic crystal growth is very common and illustrated by snowflake formation and frost patterns on a window. - Dendritic crystallization forms a natural fractal pattern...The term "dendrite" comes from the Greek word dendron, which means "tree".

This magnified image of snow crystals was captured by a low-temperature scanning electron microscope (SEM). The pseudo colors commonly found in SEM images are computer generated, and in this case highlight the different flake formations.

<b>These incredible images of snowflakes and ice crystals were captured using a Scanning Electron Microscope at the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center in Maryland.</b>

25 Amazing Microscopic Images Of Snowflakes

A capped column snowflake, magnified CREDIT: Electron and Confocal Microscopy Laboratory, Agricultural Research Service, U. Department of Agriculture

25 Amazing Microscopic Images Of Snowflakes

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