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latex foil vinyl Price of vinyl balloons: too high!
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F lift = F balloon and helium + F basket m basket = kg/m³.V – m balloon
pV = constant pressure : 200 bar volume : 8 liter
Shape TypeMeasurements (m)Volume (m³)Price ()Lift force (g)Mass (g) Price Helium Balloonboy () Total price () Zeppelin shaped LengthDiameter Blimpguys Foil2,13?0, Vinyl Sphere shaped Diameter (m) Flowtronic Latex TA 200 1,170, TA 350 1,251, TA 500 1,331, TA 600 1,421, Balloonboy Latex 1,200, ,602, TeletrafficLatex1,200, BubblexlLatex1, Price of balloons and helium
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TimeLatitude (N)Longitude (E)Heigth 119:32:0551,068142, ,6 219:32:1251,066892, ,3 319:32:1851,066982,660493,8 419:32:2451,066982,660772,8 519:32:3151,066772,66113,7 619:32:3751,066512,661254,4 719:32:4451,06642,661496,2 819:32:5051,066362,661855,3 919:32:5751,066752,662713,9 1019:33:0351,066442,663284,3 1119:33:1051,066082,663645,8 1219:33:1651,066352,664121,9 1319:33:2351,066632, :33:2951,066612,665431,7
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