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How does a helium balloon’s flight compare to a plane’s?

If you were travelling in an aeroplane at say 500mph at 25,000 feet, and next to you was a small floating balloon of helium which was in mid air and not touching anything (and assuming nothing interfered with the balloon) would the balloon remain next to you throughout the journey or would it end up hitting the back of the plane?

Richard

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