The explosion that blew the $260M SpaceX rocket off its launch pad this month was caused by a breach in the helium system. Or aliens. (Really.)
The largest aircraft in the world, a hybrid helium ship, has just taken to the skies for the very first time.
A new gadget has hit the market that when inserted into a latex balloon, conserves up to 30% of the helium normally required to fill the balloon.
Helium has many uses, from cooling MRI machines to finding leaks in ships, but there are many different grades of helium. Which is which? We break it down.
As a supplier of helium for retail stores across North America, we’re often asked how to go about buying helium. So, we’ve put together this handy guide to help answer those questions.
Fully filled with helium, the world’s largest aircraft has lifted off for the first time at its hangar in Cardington, Bedfordshire.
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.
Forget solar panels. Inventor Joseph Cory has designed a way to grab energy right out of the sky using solar helium balloons and a helium tank.
We’re saying it: This is perhaps the most beautiful helium balloon art in the history of the world.
Using nothing but helium and foam, helium clouds are becoming a popular promotional tool and a lucrative tourist attraction.