From Yellowstone, to the moon, to the sun, here are three (maybe not so) wild ways we could access unlimited helium supplies.
We have plenty of trips and tricks for saving helium when you’re filling balloons in your store. Here are the top three (plus a bonus tip).
A brilliant new design for a disaster relief shelter uses a giant, load-bearing helium balloon to expand and collapse a foldable, portable skyscraper.
Elon Musk’s latest brainstorm is to use a giant party balloon to land his returning rockets gently onto a bouncy house. (Yes, he’s serious)
How can the Helium Stewardship Act from five years ago have anything to do with renovations in our national parks? We are going to tell you!
With another shortage looming, we will take this opportunity to assure you that you’ll never receive a helium allocation letter from Zephyr. Here’s why—
On Feb. 23, rapper Towkio dropped his debut album, WWW. Two days earlier, he literally dropped it — from 100,000 feet up in a helium weather balloon. [Warning: Language]
What’s helium storage? Simply put, it’s a kind of hard drive for your computer that uses helium. First it was experimental, now it’s taking off.
Did you know that our southern borders are patrolled every minute of every day by unmanned balloon ships called helium aerostats?
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.