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Ice crystals can also form lower down, either hugging the ground in ice fogs or slowly drifting to Earth as diamond dust.
At liquid-nitrogen ice-cream shops, ingredients are whipped together and then frozen with liquid nitrogen, a foggy process that’s reminiscent of dry-ice fog spilling out over the stage at an arena-rock concert.
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