Hot Air Balloon Trivia

If you have been thinking about booking a hot air balloon ride in Seattle, you should get it booked now! Private hot air balloon ride flying in front of Mt. Rainier Getting to see Seattle and its beautiful landscape from thousands of feet in the air is an awe-inspiring experience. The cost of a hot
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[embedded content] Can You Steer A Hot Air Balloon? Yes you can steer a hot air balloon! Hot air balloons don’t have steering wheels, but hot air balloon pilots use the wind direction and speed at different heights in order to steer the balloon. Hot air balloon pilots control their ascent and descent but can’t
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The way a hot air balloon works is an amazing combination of science and nature. The science is in the parts that work with nature to give you the experience of flight. The three main parts of a hot air balloon are the basket (gondola), the burner, and the envelope. Below is a brief description of each element
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Hot air rises. Heated air molecules “spread out” or expand and bounce around, and the space becomes less dense than the surrounding space. Increasing the air temperature inside the balloon envelope makes it less dense than the air, thus making it “lighter than air”. The amount of lift depends on the difference between the temperature inside and
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