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lightbulb balloons

night time world tour
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Hot air balloons that illuminate the landscape below. Imagine what the Grand Canyon, Stonehenge, or the Great Wall of China would look like lit up at night by a half dozen floating giant lightbulbs.
jaksplat, Feb 14 2008

PowerMoon HeliMax http://www.antidazz...ermoon_formats.html
These guys use helium, but basically the same idea. [neutrinos_shadow, Feb 14 2008]

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       It's going to take a lot more than 6 giant lightbulbs to illuminate any of those areas.
quantum_flux, Feb 14 2008

       how about 99 then?
jaksplat, Feb 14 2008

       If there's 99, they'd have to be red.
Canuck, Feb 14 2008

       I like this image but how are the balloons to be lit up?
po, Feb 14 2008

       // but how are the balloons to be lit up? //   

       Conventional tungsten-fillament light bulbs are filled with an inert gas - typically Argon - at atmospheric pressure. There's no reason why the same thing wouldn't work inside a Helium balloon ......
8th of 7, Feb 14 2008

       Or put a limelight on top of the burner of a hot air balloon.
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 14 2008


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