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Hot Air Balloons
What is the actual use of hot air balloons?
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Why do hot air balloons use hydrogen?
'Hot air' balloons don't use hydrogen. They use hot air. Balloons that use hydrogen are not referred to as 'hot air' balloons. The only balloons that can accurately be referred to as 'hot air' balloons are the members of the balloon population that derive their lift/buoyancy from the presence of hot air. Of course, if a balloon used no hot air, then it could freely be referred to as a 'hydrogen' balloon, a 'helium' balloon, a 'water' balloon, etc., depending in congruent harmony with the nature of whatever substance had been chosen with which to inflate it it in order to maintain its fulsome shape.
What gas used to be used to fly air balloons?
Hydrogen, until the Hindenburg,then everyone realized that "Hey, Hydrogen isn't that safe to use!" Hot air balloons, you mean?? Just air that is hot. Actual hand balloons and such? Helium or again, just air. Helium floats better because it is lighter than the surrounding air around it. Helium and air are still used in both.
What is the type of gas they use in hot air balloons during 1999?
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What is added to balloons and hot air balloons?
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Why is helium better than hydrogen in hot air balloons?
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What character was the first hot air balloon to debut in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade?
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How do you use helium in hot air balloons?
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What is the difference between a helium balloon and a hot air balloon?
A helium balloon does not need energy to rise in the air. A hot air balloon needs fuel to rise in air. That is it needs heat energy to rise in air.i love pizza squares i hope they put helium in then one day Helium relies on the fact that helium is lighter than air. Hot air balloons rely on the fact that hot air has less volume than cold air and is lighter than the air around it. hot air balloons use hot air to cause the balloon to lift as helium balloons use a special gas to cause lift