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The smallest snowflakes are called Diamond Dust crystals, and they might be as small as the diameter of a human hair. The faceted crystals sparkle in sunlight ...

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Snowflakes and snow crystals are basically the same, a crystal is one tiny bit of ice, snowflakes are many snow crystals stuck together. Check out the facts about  ...

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Snowflakes aren't the only form of snow. Snow can also precipitate as graupel or sleet. Not to be confused with hail, graupel (or snow pellets) are opaque ice ...

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Did you know that no 2 snowflakes are exactly alike? Even though there is no scientific reason that prevents it. Here's why, plus other little-known facts about ...

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Caltech physicist Ken Libbrecht weighs in on just how awesome snowflakes really are. Here are seven facts about snowflakes to inspire young outdoorspeople.

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Nov 9, 2016 ... On rare occasions, snowflakes as large as dinner plates have been observed, according to Kenneth G. Libbrecht, a professor of physics at the ...

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Jan 28, 2016 ... 10 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT SNOW: ***. #1 = World's Largest Snowflake. This is NOT a snowflake...'cmohas it ause This is NOT a ...

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Snow is a form of precipitation like rain and sleet. To snow the temperature must be below 32 degrees. Snowflakes actually start as tiny ice crystals that form from  ...

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Aug 6, 2013 ... 10 Things You May Not Know About Snow 1. An average snowflake is made up of 180 billion molecules of water. 2. Around 12% of the Earth's ...

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Dec 19, 2016 ... Snowflakes are symbols of winter and cold, but beyond this, how much do you know about them? After learning the below eleven big facts ...