Here’s a simple “hot air” balloon experiment with a tea bag, Baynej writes –
“In this movie i (josie baynes) am showinf you an experiment that i have done for a comptition. it is very good and very easy. You could do it your self!” [via] – Link.
- Make a propane powered radio controlled hot air balloon – Link.
- Hot air grocery bag plastic balloon – Link.
From the pages of MAKE (a little less flame in this one…)
- 1+2+3: Blimp. Fun for about a dollar: build a simple blimp with the use of helium, a balloon, and a few straws! MAKE 03 – Page 42. Subscribers–read this article now in your digital edition!
6 thoughts on ““Hot air” balloon from a tea bag”
I like. I’ll try this next time I’m at my mates house, I’d rather not risking burning my house down. Plus I don’t drink tea.
I knew what this one was from the title :D I used to do this as a kid, just with tissue paper rather than a teabag. Exact same thing though. It’s fun!
GREAT I’LL USE THIS FOR MY SCIENCE PROJECT FOR FLIGHT!
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