Launched at 36,000g

@article{vanLeeuwen2010LaunchedA3,
  title={Launched at 36,000g},
  author={Johan L. van Leeuwen},
  journal={Science},
  year={2010},
  volume={329},
  pages={395 - 396}
}
Peat mosses project thousands of spores in a turbulent vortex ring from a millimeter-sized pressurized cylindrical capsule. Most mosses, including peat mosses of the genus Sphagnum (about 285 species), disperse their spores by turbulent wind (1). In still air, spores (22 to 45 µm in size) sink at only 0.5 to 2 cm/s, ideal for wind dispersal (2). However, spore capsules, positioned on a short stalk, grow to heights of about 1 cm and do not extend into the atmospheric turbulent boundary layer… 
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