It’s quite possibly the most unbelievable and incredible helium balloon launch on Earth, and it’s happening in just two days!
By now you must know about the event happening on August 21, but did you know that helium was discovered during a total solar eclipse?
The looming solar eclipse has us excited about the sun lately, so we thought we’d dive into how it uses nuclear fusion to make helium.
A private Manchester group is getting closer to their ambitious goal — to circumnavigate the globe with a low-altitude helium balloon.
In two months, helium weather balloons will live stream an event we haven’t seen in nearly a century: A solar eclipse across the United States.
NASA says the planet nicknamed “Warm Neptune” has water and a hydrogen and helium atmosphere. But, how do you find helium 437 light years away?
It sounds like a villain of a nerdy superhero of the elements, but antihelium is a very real and very weird thing. And we keep finding it.
Every few years you’ll hear about a helium shortage and that the world is running out. One of the questions we hear is, “Can we make helium?”
A new technique developed by Talissa Altes, MD uses helium imaging to see how the treatment for cystic fibrosis is working in different patients.
It’s like blowing bubbles from the wand you remember, but helium bubbles rapidly shoot for the moon. And then fall back to Earth. Why?