Originally posted by sonhouseIt moves toward the tip of the rocket, away from the rocket motor.
At the risk of beating a dead horse, here is the final variation:
Same shuttle tank, rocket at one end, this time there is helium
in the big tank. You carefully place a balloon in the center of the
tank (of course you have scuba gear on).
The Balloon this time instead of helium inside, you now have
hydrogen. You fire up the rocket same as before. What happens
to the balloon?
No, it doesn't blow up.
Originally posted by sonhouseI'm going to hold you to that, sonhouse. The next helium balloon that pops up in this thread is going to get twisted into some very rare and disfigured animal shapes.
Give the gentlemen the brass ring. Just wanted to see if you knew
that hydrogen was lighter than helium. Good job all around.
I think we can safely put this subject to rest!