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Scientists dig under the surface for clues to past climate
They're a menace to ships, but life thrives in these frozen oases.
There's more to polar ice than just frozen water. Learn about the many varieties of ice found at the poles and how and where they form.
Bubbles are round when they float free through air. But what happens when you pack bubbles together?
A drop of water makes a fine magnifying lens.
What can you do with a frozen water balloon? Plenty!
Touch supercooled water drops with an ice crystal and trigger them to freeze instantly.
An introduction to the concepts and theories that contribute to contemporary complexity research.
In September 2004, the Exploratorium covered a conference in the Galapagos Islands, organized by the National Center for Atmospheric Research, that considered the implications of El Niño forecasting.
Learn how sparkling wine is made, what makes it different from still wine, and where all those little bubbles come from!
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