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25 August 2012
All nine crewed missions to the Moon took place as part of the Apollo program over a period of just under four years, from 21 December 1968 to 19 December 1972. The 24 people who have flown to the Moon are the only people who have traveled beyond low Earth orbit. Eleven of them are still living as of November 2020.
Aldrin is the oldest of the remaining living men who walked on the moon. The other three are 87-year-old David Scott (Apollo 15), 84-year-old Charlie Duke (Apollo 16) and 84-year-old Harrison Schmitt (Apollo 17). The last of the eight other moon walkers to pass away was Alan Bean in May 2018 who flew on Apollo 12.
Former NASA astronaut Owen Garriott has died at his home in Huntsville, Alabama. A statement released by the space agency says Garriott died Monday.
Without air in your lungs, blood will stop sending oxygen to your brain. You’ll pass out after about 15 seconds. 90 seconds after exposure, you’ll die from asphyxiation. It’s also very cold in space.
There’s no pressure in space, so air expands and would painfully tear through the tissue of your lungs as this happened. In an extreme environment like space, it would only take about 15 seconds for your body to use up all the oxygen in your blood.
You would lose consciousness because there is no oxygen. This could occur in as little as 15 seconds.
Yes. They claim they do. A couple I’ve talked to said this happened for the first few days. inb4 that video of the European American astronaut supposedly dropping something during an interview.
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Puking in your spacesuit while on a spacewalk is a very dangerous situation, so dangerous that if the crew or mission control suspects an astronaut scheduled for a spacewalk is likely to vomit, they will cancel the spacewalk.
Despite the risks, no mission has ever lost a space-walking astronaut. NASA requires spacewalking astronauts to use tethers (and sometimes additional anchors). But should those fail, you’d float off according to whatever forces were acting on you when you broke loose. You’d definitely be weightless.
Yes, A Human can survive in space without a suit As shown through both experiments, it is possible, although not recommended unless freezing to death, getting a horrific sunburn, feeling your lungs explode, and feeling your bodily fluids bubble sounds appealing.
Humans do die if left in outer space without a space suit. But they die for the same reason as people who are left too long underwater: lack of oxygen. The Federal Aviation Administration reports in advisory circular 61-107 that humans remain fully conscious and useful for 9-12 seconds after being exposed to a vacuum.