One balloon is blown up inside of another when you use a magnifying glass to focus light onto their surfaces. You expect the balloons to pop, but only the balloon on the inside bursts. What's going on here? The Mystery Balloon Pop is a tremendous lesson in the power of the sun's rays and the absorption of light and heat. Did we mention you're popping balloons for science? Get started!
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