Over the course of 60 milliseconds, a single drop of water shatters to produce a variety of smaller drops. This solitary explosion may account for the different sizes of raindrops that hit the ground.
Found in "Raindrops go it alone" online at: sciencenews.org/view/generic/id/45716/title/Raindrops_go_it_alone
Credit: Emmanuel Villermaux
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