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Buoyancy | Define Buoyancy at Dictionary.com
And despite the good scholarship the authors have managed to retain the buoyancy and upbeat air attendant on most comics.

Buoyancy | How Things Fly
What Makes a Hot-Air Balloon or a Blimp Float? Hot-air balloons and blimps can float in the air thanks to buoyancy, an upward force that the air exerts on them.

Buoyancy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In science, buoyancy (pronunciation: / ? b ??. ? n ? s i / [1] [2] or / ? b u? j ? n ? s i /; [1] [2] also known as upthrust) is an upward force exerted by ...

How to Calculate Buoyancy | eHow
How to Calculate Buoyancy. The mathematics of how and why some things float was first explained by the great ancient Greek philosopher Archimedes when he noticed the ...

NASA - Neutral Buoyancy Lab
The Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory at NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas

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Buoyant | Definition of buoyant by Merriam-Webster
Full Definition of BUOYANT : having buoyancy: as a : capable of floating b : cheerful, gay c : capable of maintaining a satisfactorily high level

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