An exploding water plasma experiment at UCLA investigated the expansion and morphology of a fireball with and without an external magnetic field. Diagnostics include photographs and movies (which may be downloaded) acquired with a framing camera, magnetic probes, and visible light spectra. The expansion and internal magnetic fields are very different from the unmagnetized case when a magnetic field of order 300G is applied along the expansion axis. Visible light spectra are brighter and additional lines are seen in the presence of the magnetic field. The experiment can serve as a platform for studies of interfacial mixing and possibly shed light on very different processes such as laser target physics.