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Soap bubbles at 40 below

Uploaded by PeteCH701 on Mar 17, 2012
Ever wondered what happens when you blow soap bubbles in air that is 45 degrees F below zero? Prudhoe Bay, Alaska has had a particularly long cold spell. March 16, 2012- the sun is up, but it isn't helping much. Soap bubbles freeze instantly. Most of them freeze and shatter. If you catch a whole one with your warm hand, they melt. This video shows one landing on a cold piece of metal. It sticks to a warm finger and is then crushed and shatters.