A warm plume originating at the bottom surface of the chamber collides with a plume of supercooled droplets from the top surface of the chamber. The difference in 'sharpness' of the plumes is readily evident. The bright vertical line at the upper left is where the laser light sheet enters the chamber through a window.
Colliding plumes in a turbulent mixing cloud.
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