Liquid Nitrogen and the spinning ping pong ball

Liquid Nitrogen and the spinning ping pong ball

2 holes are punctured at a slanting/glancing angle into a ping pong ball. It is then immersed in liquid nitrogen. The air inside it cools. This lowers the air pressure inside the ping pong ball.

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