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Electron microscope reveals exquisite beauty of insect eggs
Engineered for survival, insect eggs are typically no larger than a grain of raw sugar. But under the power of a scanning electron microscope, the eggs reveal exquisite beauty and intricate design (or a scene from your favorite Sci-fi flick). NationalGeographic.com explores the microscopic world with a gallery of images, and photographer Martin Oeggerli describes the complex coloring process he uses to reveal the tiny world in a behind-the-photos video:
"The Heaven's Lights are fed by the energy generated inside the furnaces of Hell; I AM One Conductive Wire! "
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