Underwater Bullets at 27,000fps
This video explain all the physics behind what does it REALLY look like when you fire a gun underwater? Find out the answer with this awesome 27,000fps slow motion video.
It's like a mini super nova!
The gunpowder built into bullets contains its own oxygen, this is why guns can be fired in places lacking it, such as in space and underwater. When this bullet is fired z combustion reaction is occurring, and the gas bubbles you see are carbon dioxide.
Also, the bullet is travelling so fast that vaporises the water in the barrel, and actually pushes out a cloud of gas slightly ahead of the bullet exiting the barrel.
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