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Glenn Fluid

Glenn Fluid Mechanics Scientist, Dr. Mark Weislogel and his team of researchers burst approximately 50 water balloons over a four-day flight campaign aboard a DC-9. Over the last 10 years, footage from the water balloon experiments has been used in textbooks, scientific journals, and classrooms worldwide. Aside from looking “really cool,” these water balloon experiments show how large liquid drops behave in a low-gravity environment and how easily and rapidly they can be deployed:

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