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Helium is most often found underground in natural gas deposits.

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In what state is helium found on earth?

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Where on earth can you find helium?

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Is helium found in solid earth?

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Is a helium found as a solid?

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Where is helium most commonly found in nature?

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Where is helium commonly found in the universe?

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