Reactor snowflakes are grown from nucleus / 3.12.2020

Of course snowflakes or snow crystals don’t have nuclei in the traditional, biological way, but they all do form around one single particle whether that’s a speck of dust or a piece of pollen.

This original piece of material that formed the flake can be detected using a powerful microscope.

In the gallery you can admire Reactor winter wonderland, captured by dr. Radojko Jaćimović, and poster, made by Johanna A. Robinson.


 snowflake poster