[FPSPACE] Death in space
Fetter, Les S
Thu, 21 Sep 2000 14:39:51 -0500
I don't think those experiments really address what we were originally
discussing though. Except for the test at 20 km altitude pressure, the
subjects most likely died from lack of oxygen, not from lack of pressure.
We were discussing being able to survive a hard vacuum for a very short
I won't even go into "man's inhumanity to man" (and animals).
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> Wow, yeah, even 40,000 ft (above 10 km) simulated exposure was fatal. From
> the point of view of the victims, it might as well have been vacuum.
> Definitely "Not" a legend or a garble -- thanks for showing me.
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