Just wanted to show you what the sparking looks like at slow speeds. Researchers have discovered a lot about how the complex dross ball chemistry works in the last decade or so. The dross ball ejects gases that take little droplets of the dross ball off with them and then the reactions can continue to cause sparks even in the ejected material, hence the branching.

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