See the Frozen Beauty of Soap Bubbles Made at -20° Celsius in Hokkaido!!!

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What is this?

It looks like a round glass circle surrounded by beautiful snowflake-shaped white crystals! In fact, this is an ordinary soap bubble that has been frozen in minus 20 degrees centigrade temperatures in Hokkaido!

These remarkable images and video has become a huge topic of discussion with online viewers all over the world since they were posted on the social media network of Twitter!

A Twitter user from Japan shot the video, Araribori (@Cheetah_mineo). in a garage in Hokkaido when outside temperatures were at minus 20 degrees centigrade. When she discovered the transformation of the soap bubbles to frozen form she decided to take a video and record the process taking place before her!

Please take a look and watch the extended video below!


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Initially, there were only a few crystals visible and looked like tiny white grains like these shown in the image.

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The crystals inside the soap bubble continue to expand little by little.

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Eventually the bubble cracked open and then instantly froze again!

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At a certain point of time in these extreme temperatures, the delicate soap bubbles begin to crack open before freezing up again!

What did you think?

What a remarkable transformation and discovery and I really appreciate this person having the foresight to record it on video and then share with the rest of the world!


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