Of course, we’ve all heard what someone sounds like when they inhale helium, but why does helium make your voice sound funny in the first place?
NASA has been working on a technology called a “super pressure balloon” that they plan to use to double the helium balloon flight duration world record.
We all learn about helium as little kids, but where does it come from? How is helium made? We’ll explain the process in simple terms.
Creating a “fridge” that can turn extremely hot air into extremely cold air almost instantaneously isn’t rocket science. Oh wait… it is, actually.
We’ve all seen the footage of astronauts bouncing on the moon as if they were floating. What if they took a helium balloon up—would it float?
Why is it so loud when a balloon pops? We’ll explain! And make sure you DO NOT MISS this incredible slow motion video.
Put water in an unglazed ceramic bowl and it will be there tomorrow. Do the same with superfluid helium and it will go right through the bottom.
Accelerate quickly in your car and any objects or people inside will be forced backwards, but a helium balloon actually goes forward. Why?
Chicago chef Grant Achatz has created a truly unique masterpiece of a dessert using apple, sugars, and helium. It’s an edible helium balloon!
There might be one way to try to find out if North Korea really detonated a hydrogen bomb: Test for helium present in the skies.