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How dangerous is a hull breach?

Posted by: Ascee - Mon Sep 30, 2013 4:39 pm
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How dangerous is a hull breach? 
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Post Re: How dangerous is a hull breach?   Posted on: Sun Mar 22, 2015 10:11 am
Try the Atomic Rockets website, if you're looking for hard science fiction help.

You wouldn't be sucked towards a hull breach, though. The air is far less dense than you, and will either exert a lot of pressure for a very small amount of time, or will be a strong breeze for a longer period of time - either way, you won't move much, unless you're in a tunnel and pretty much blocking it.


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