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The newspaper reported that Rami’s group creates the flaming kites by using flexible wood taken from a palm tree near his home – and have since moved on to helium balloons outfitted with destructive Molotov cocktails.
The helium balloon attraction will offer the highest vantage point in the Caribbean.
The big bang generated only hydrogen and a bit of helium.
That beat the previous record of 8 million simultaneous viewers of daredevil Felix Baumgartner falling 24 miles from a helium balloon live on YouTube in 2012.
Later, that diamond will be chilled to the temperature of liquid helium.
For tens of millions of years, the universe was a dark expanse, full of ionized hydrogen and helium.
Jupiter is made up of the same basic ingredients as the sun — mainly hydrogen and helium.
In phase two, the students sent the boxes up in helium balloons to practice wireless communication with the satellites.
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HELIUM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of helium for English Language Learners
: a chemical element that is a colorless gas, that is lighter than air, and that is often used to fill balloons
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