All of you must be familiar with gas balloons. The same balloons, when there is an event, are blown up in the number of thousands. But the matter of fact is that, after all, how far do these balloons fly up? Do these balloons fly up and go into space? Do these balloons fly up to some height, then come down? After all, what happens after these balloons are blown up? So today we will know some interesting facts related to such gas balloons. ( 5 Interesting Facts About Gas Balloons )
How are these balloons made?
These balloons are very easy to make. In these balloons, the gas is not filled like normal balloons. To make these balloons, those gases are used which are lighter than oxygen gas. That is, gases like helium, hydrogen or carbide are used to make these balloons.
Why do balloons fly up?
Gases like helium, hydrogen or carbide are used to make these balloons. And this gas is very light compared to other gases. Due to which this gas, being lighter, tries to go up. This is the reason that balloons made of these gases fly up.
Some interesting facts related to gas balloons : –
If you weight between 70 and 75 kilograms, you’ll need about 6000 gas balloons to lift you into the air. Because a gas balloon can lift a weight of 14 grams. And if you look at the math, you will need 5,357 balloons to lift you. Which can lift a weight of 75 kg.
If you take this gas balloon to Mars, then this balloon will not fly up. Because there is lighter gas in Mars than the gas used in nearby balloons, due to this the balloon will remain below instead of flying up.
If you tie this balloon inside the car, and when you push the car forward at once, the people sitting in the car go backwards. But the gas balloon tied in the car goes forward. This is because the gas used in gas balloons is helium gas, which is very light in this entire atmosphere. Watch this video to know more –
If you talk after drinking the gas used in gas balloons, then your voice will be very heavy and high. Because helium gas is less dense than air. This means that your voice travels faster in helium gas medium than in air. Watch the funny video given below –
So this was the most interesting facts about gas balloons. ( 5 Interesting Facts About Gas Balloons ) Hope you find this information interesting and good, then do not forget to share this blog with your friends and relatives. And thank you wholeheartedly for visiting the blog till the end.
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