• a weather balloon
  • 気象観測気球
  • an advertizing balloon
  • アドバルーン(◆飛行船状のものはadvertizing blimp)
  • balloon payment
  • バルーン方式融資の一括清算支払い
  • blow up [burst] a balloon
  • 風船をふくらませる[破裂させる]
  • ride in a balloon
  • 気球に乗る
  • A troop of gunners occupied the decaying service wing, and the park was used for the inflation of barrage balloons.
  • Wikipedia: West Wycombe Park
  • After landing, Shackleton took part in an experimental balloon flight on 4 February.
  • Wikipedia: Ernest Shackleton
  • Alternatively, if the party used the Epoch to break Lavos's outer shell, Marle will help her father hang Nadia's bell at the festival and accidentally get carried away by several balloons.
  • Wikipedia: Chrono Trigger
  • Alternatively, movement of the parent weather balloon position can be tracked from the ground visually using theodolites.
  • Wikipedia: Wind
  • As they were buffeted by a 10-foot (3.0 m) swell, Borman was sick, waiting for the three flotation balloons to right the spacecraft.
  • Wikipedia: Apollo 8
  • At the center of the fountain, sculptor Jeff Koons created Balloon Flower (Red), whose mirror-polished stainless steel represents a twisted balloon in the shape of a flower.
  • Wikipedia: 7 World Trade Center
  • Because H2 is lighter than air, having a little more than 1⁄15 of the density of air, it was once widely used as a lifting gas in balloons and airships.
  • Wikipedia: Hydrogen
  • Douglas Hase, an entrepreneur who had run bungee jumping and hot air ballooning companies, tried unsuccessfully in 2003 and 2004 to get a variance for another bungee jumping venture.
  • Wikipedia: Rosendale trestle
  • Five days later, he shot down a German balloon while on a lone mission in poor weather, scoring his third aerial victory.
  • Wikipedia: Thomas Baker (aviator)
  • For instance, the explorers are known to have mainly eaten scanty amounts of canned and dry goods from the balloon stores, plus huge portions of half-cooked meat of polar bears and occasionally seals.
  • Wikipedia: S. A. Andrée's Arctic Balloon Expedition of 1897
  • Fram called briefly at Spitsbergen, where the Swedish explorer-engineer Salomon Andrée was preparing for the balloon flight that he hoped would take him to the pole.
  • Wikipedia: Nansen's Fram expedition
  • Gorgosaurus spent as much as half its life in the juvenile phase before ballooning up to near-maximum size in only a few years.
  • Wikipedia: Gorgosaurus
  • Half of the 2,000 noise complaints made annually to the CAA concern GA operations, most of which relate to aerobatics, helicopters using private sites, air balloon incidents, parachute dropping, and alleged low flying.
  • Wikipedia: General aviation in the United Kingdom
  • Hanada snipes the first from behind a billboard's animatronic cigarette lighter, shoots the second from a basement up through a pipe drain when the latter leans over the sink and, ordered to finish quickly, blasts his way into the third's office and escapes on an advertising balloon.
  • Wikipedia: Branded to Kill
  • He had been responsible for downing No. 4 Squadron's first balloon at Merville earlier in May; although vulnerable to attack with incendiary bullets, these large observation platforms, nicknamed Drachen (Dragons), were generally well protected by enemy fighters and anti-aircraft defences, and were thus considered a dangerous but valuable target.
  • Wikipedia: Harry Cobby
  • Hepburn claimed the main reason she had done the film was the opportunity to ride in a hot air balloon.
  • Wikipedia: Katharine Hepburn
  • However, on 10 March 1945, a Japanese fire balloon struck a power line, and the resulting power surge caused the three reactors at Hanford to be temporarily shut down.
  • Wikipedia: Manhattan Project
  • In 1912, Kesselring completed training as a balloon observer in a dirigible section – an early sign of an interest in aviation.
  • Wikipedia: Albert Kesselring
  • In 1983, the Russian neurosurgeon Zubkov and colleagues reported the first use of transluminal balloon angioplasty for vasospasm after aneurysmal SAH.
  • Wikipedia: Subarachnoid hemorrhage
  • In an 1889 experiment of the Imperial Russian Technical Society at Saint Petersburg, the chief of the Russian balloon corps took aerial photographs from a balloon and sent the developed collodion film negatives to the ground by pigeon post.
  • Wikipedia: Pigeon photography
  • Nimrod, under her own power, proceeded southward into the floating pack ice, heading for the Barrier Inlet where six years earlier Discovery had paused to allow Scott and Shackleton to take experimental balloon flights.
  • Wikipedia: Nimrod Expedition
  • One of the most spectacular was the escape in September 1979 of eight people from two families in a home-made hot-air balloon.
  • Wikipedia: Inner German border
  • Only confirmed balloon victory, though he drove balloons down on several occasions.
  • Wikipedia: Roderic Dallas
  • Other ground and balloon based cosmic microwave background experiments are ongoing.
  • Wikipedia: Big Bang