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  • SamEFrancis by SamEFrancis

    These look very nice indeed, eruptions with what may be ice. #StrangeFans

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  • christocker by christocker

    there seems to be 3 different directions. Could this be due to different wind directions?

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  • poplar11 by poplar11

    3 geysers casting shadows

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  • mdrichards by mdrichards

    #frost #boulder

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  • B2yoR by B2yoR

    #frost & interesting feature

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  • Jarunik by Jarunik

    #frost

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  • irma835 by irma835

    Interesting blue fan

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  • JellyMonster by JellyMonster

    I haven't come across this image before. I wonder how many there are in the set?

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  • Aaditya_Aryan_Dhiraj_Adhikari by Aaditya_Aryan_Dhiraj_Adhikari

    aren't these lighted streaks given off by pluming dry ice as it approaches UV radiated low pressure surface from high pressure frigid soil?

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  • Aaditya_Aryan_Dhiraj_Adhikari by Aaditya_Aryan_Dhiraj_Adhikari

    the light which are glowing by uv radiation seem to be given off by pluming gases as it approaches low pressure surface causing it to spread

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  • GaryT by GaryT

    #frost #bluefans

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  • Simonp by Simonp

    Don't suppose the colours tell us much, but the pattern is really interesting

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  • Liteyear by Liteyear

    Fans with wind blowing in 2 directions. Earlier fans blowing perpendicular exposed the ice produced blue colour experienced in holes in ice.

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  • michaelaye by michaelaye scientist

    @MrMonster, we have 40,000 subframes currently,so u never should see an image twice.(had a bug though repaired yesterday).report when you do

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  • AUricle by AUricle

    #fans #frostfans

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  • ElisabethB by ElisabethB

    #frost

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  • Mortality by Mortality

    Multi fans and multi coloured fans from same source..pretty

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