Maybe one day soon I'll be an EVA flight controller helping those astronauts prepare
@niemeyerlars the suits contain 100% oxygen in them so they remove all of the nitrogen in a 2 hour 20 minute process before they can actually venture out to space
Jajajaj they look like shrimp under water @frrrn
Wow cool, it's like reverse diving!
The bends are NO JOKE.
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I never even thought of this
Very informative, thanks!
More info like this one! Cool.
@eddiebravo10p bro it's not flat. And yes I've Looked into it 😐
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Wow that’s anazing
Didn't know that was a thing. Interesting!
Didn’t know this. It’s just amazing what we can do!
Didn't know suit pressure was a lot less than interior of the ISS. Interesting.
you mean before you film in your big underwater ISS set? It's all FAKE
@stimsonalex if they operated their suits at the same pressure as the ISS they wouldn't be able to move (or it would be very difficult to bend arms and legs). So they reduce the pressure and, in order to maintain the necessary partial pressure of oxygen required for humans to survive, they operate at 100% oxygen.
@niemeyerlars I think the suite pressure is around 4 psia (ISS is 14.7 psia)
Did the Apollo 11 crew do this before walking on moon ? 🤔
Wooowwww this bubble? Hahahaa hoax nasa
My bottle could offer different drink options to stay hydrated and fueled! Perfect for the @iss
Tha earth is flath