- There are 49 million bubbles in a 750 ml bottle of Champagne according to scientist Bill Lembeck, based on 5.5 atmospheres of pressure and stored at 20 degrees celsius.
- The pressure in a bottle of Champagne is 90 pounds per square inch, about three times that of a car tire.
- The longest Champagne cork flight in the world was 177 feet, 9 inches, set by American Heinrich Medicus in 1988 in New York.
- A Champagne cork leaves the bottle at a a velocity of about 38-40 mph, but can pop out as fast as a 100 mph.
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