Instructables: exploring - outside - kites - balloon - air http://www.instructables.com Mon, 24 Nov 2014 09:57:17 PST BLOX v1.01 Sky Lantern/Hot Air Balloon from a Dry Cleaner Bag http://www.instructables.com/id/Sky-LanternHot-Air-Balloon-from-a-Dry-Cleaner-Bag/ http://cdn.instructables.com/F4S/4JDQ/GZFDPY27/F4S4JDQGZFDPY27.SQUARE2.jpg http://cdn.instructables.com/F4S/4JDQ/GZFDPY27/F4S4JDQGZFDPY27.SQUARE.jpg http://cdn.instructables.com/F4S/4JDQ/GZFDPY27/F4S4JDQGZFDPY27.SMALL.jpg shoemaker Transform an ordinary dry cleaner bag into a mini hot air balloon that flies over 1000 feet high. What could be more fun than airborne fireballs bowing around at the mercy of the wind? These are also very popular with the mystery light in the sky UFO crowd.
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Solar Hot Air Balloon Message-in-a-Bottle http://www.instructables.com/id/Solar-Hot-Air-Balloon-Message-in-a-Bottle/
Solar Hot Air Balloon Message-in-a-Bottle - More DIY How To Projects]]> http://cdn.instructables.com/FTT/22M1/GQKM4OIO/FTT22M1GQKM4OIO.SQUARE2.jpg http://cdn.instructables.com/FTT/22M1/GQKM4OIO/FTT22M1GQKM4OIO.SQUARE.jpg http://cdn.instructables.com/FTT/22M1/GQKM4OIO/FTT22M1GQKM4OIO.SMALL.jpg crrdlx This is a hot air balloon made from trash bags and heated by the sun. Once airborne, it should stay up 'til the sun goes down or behind the clouds. Needless to say, it can travel a long, long way. Attached to it is a "message-in-a-bottle" asking anyone who might find it to email their location, just...
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Tue, 26 Jul 2011 10:11:26 PDT
Become the Master of the Skies by Taking a Hot-Air Balloon Ride http://www.instructables.com/id/Become-the-Master-of-the-Skies-by-Taking-a-Hot-Air/
Become the Master of the Skies by Taking a Hot-Air Balloon Ride - More DIY How To Projects]]> http://cdn.instructables.com/FY8/BT0N/G5W7QPRU/FY8BT0NG5W7QPRU.SQUARE2.jpg http://cdn.instructables.com/FY8/BT0N/G5W7QPRU/FY8BT0NG5W7QPRU.SQUARE.jpg http://cdn.instructables.com/FY8/BT0N/G5W7QPRU/FY8BT0NG5W7QPRU.SMALL.jpg vossboss On September 19, 1783, brothers Etienne and Joseph Montgolfier launched the first hot-air balloon passengers- a sheep, a duck, and a rooster.  Flights with humans soon followed.  People had long dreamed of taking to the skies, and now it was possible. Exciting and peaceful at the same time, a hot-...
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