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faq-balloon-mapping
faq-balloon-mapping


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sachinjangra553 "Get sarkari result updates on welljob.in " | Read more » about 3 years ago
SuziT9 "Hi, Bronwen -- Thanks for your post. I was doing similar math, but somehow it still didn't work! We were trying to lift a camera of only about 70 g..." | Read more » about 3 years ago
Bronwen "I look at this webpage ALL THE TIME: https://www.balloons.com/HeliumWeightChart.pdf According to this chart, a regular 11" balloon will lift abou..." | Read more » about 3 years ago
warren "My other thought is to look at what @oscar-brett has done to design a communal activity around using lots of party balloons: https://publiclab.org..." | Read more » about 3 years ago
warren "My first thought on this is that the volume of a sphere grows much faster (it's 3 dimensions, so cubed!) than just adding more balloons (which is j..." | Read more » about 3 years ago
stevie " This list is compiled from a couple of research notes and posts. Specifically from @a1ahna and her work on a monitoring guide for people in Louisi..." | Read more » about 3 years ago
molangmuir10 " https://publiclab.org/notes/liz/02-28-2017/calculate-how-much-helium-you-ll-need-to-lift-your-camera " | Read more » over 3 years ago
Ag8n " Ref web.physics.ucsb.edu/~lecturedemonstrations/composer/pages/36.39-helium-filled balloon " | Read more » over 3 years ago
Ag8n " It depends on the weight of what you are trying to lift. At sea level, based on the ideal gas law, the amount you can lift is 1.02 g of pay load..." | Read more » over 3 years ago