A snowflake is either a single ice crystal or an aggregation of ice crystals which
falls through the Earth's atmosphere as snow. Each flake nucleates around a ...
I grow my own snow crystals in the snowflake lab, where I can create my own
designs, including some you will not find in nature. Click here to see how this is ...
When people say snowflake, they often mean snow crystal. The latter is a single
crystal of ice, within which the water molecules are all lined up in a precise ...
This page shows photographs of real snowflakes that fell from the winter clouds.
Click on any image for a closer look. I took these pictures at a variety of ...
Why do snow crystals form in such complex and symmetrical shapes? To see
why snowflakes look like they do, consider the life history of a single snow crystal,
This page shows a variety of movies of growing snowflakes. The Designer
Snowflakes page shows how these crystals are created, along with some ...
A hexagonal prism is the most basic snow crystal geometry (see the Snowflake
Primer). Depending on how fast the different facets grow, snow crystal prisms can
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The probability that two snow crystals (a single ice crystal) or flakes (a snow
crystal or multiple snow crystals stuck together) will be exactly alike in molecular
Sep 8, 2011 ... Water . The Connect-Ion . Hydro-gene & Oxy-gene . Stars made up all the
elements . But what power created stars ? Hydrogen makes our ...