As 2018 looms over the horizon, we’ll take a quick look back at the top helium news in 2017 — and there were some huge stories.
Helium stratollites — giant balloons outfitted with surveillance equipment could be a new reality in our skies. In fact, it’s already started.
You probably know a thing or two about carbon dioxide, but we’d bet this list will surprise you! Here are 6 interesting uses for CO2.
It’s quite possibly the most unbelievable and incredible helium balloon launch on Earth, and it’s happening in just two days!
Want your helium tank to last as much as 40% longer? Here’s a secret — use a helium air mixer instead of your normal regulator.
Macy’s parade turns 91 this year, but did you know that in the early years, the giant Thanksgiving helium balloons were released to the air?
Macy’s helium balloons are the icons of the Thanksgiving Day Parade, and the company has four new characters planned for 2017.
Zephyr’s fourth annual Balloon Drop took us to University Hospital’s Cancer Center and the Haven Center, where we did our very best to bring a little joy to people going through tough times.
Going as a clown for Halloween? People may still be on edge from last year’s clown pranks, so be safe this year by carrying a red helium balloon.
The massive Tanzania helium reserve discovered just last year is roughly TWICE as big as originally thought, and that’s big news for Earth.