A baloon filled with Helium does not rise after rising a certain height. Why?

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A baloon filled with Helium does not rise after rising a certain height. Why?

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  1. Once the helium balloon rises to sufficient height that the density of the outside air is the same as the weight of the helium inside then the balloon become neutrally buoyant and stops rising unless pushed aloft by air currents

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