Did you know that our southern borders are patrolled every minute of every day by unmanned balloon ships called helium aerostats?
The largest aircraft in the world, a hybrid helium ship, has just taken to the skies for the very first time.
Imagine a world where your pizza or package is slurped up and delivered to you by a big, flying helium drone. Or don’t — just watch it in action.
Imagine enjoying martinis and small plates at the bar, but that bar happens to be floating quietly over the Earth at the black edge of space.
Creating a “fridge” that can turn extremely hot air into extremely cold air almost instantaneously isn’t rocket science. Oh wait… it is, actually.
In a place with no cars, no pharmacies, and no roads, a simple ailment can prove fatal. An inspired helium project seeks to change that.
Fully filled with helium, the world’s largest aircraft has lifted off for the first time at its hangar in Cardington, Bedfordshire.
From flying Camaros to perfectly choreographed floating orb displays, a company in Germany is doing otherworldly things with helium and propellers.
A few weeks ago, China quietly launched a solar-powered, near-space helium airship that can cruise at a height of 12 miles for as long as six months.
As the wind industry races to build taller turbines to reach stronger winds, a new helium wind turbine could not only win that race, but render it obsolete.