GE Recreates The Sun [Video]

GE Recreates The Sun [Video]
Innovation

An aesthetically breathtaking experiment captures the force and power of the star in a way that feels humanly palpable and takes science from explanation back into the realm of magical thinking.

Lisa Baldini
  • 14 april 2011

In primary education, we conduct numerous experiments geared at explaining the “wonders” of the world. Not far off from a simple science experiment, GE conducted an experiment with a balloon and the chemicals make up of the sun. Aesthetically breathtaking to say the least, the video captures the force and power of the star in a way that feels humanly palpable and takes science from explanation back into the realm of magical thinking.

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