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When a body goes into space it needs a space suit so that it may survive in a vacuum or a place that is empty of all oxygen Scientists know that humans would die if they went to space without that suit but what would happen to the body itself Thats what bothers many No ones willing to try this because it would mean death but what would happen to a body thats dead and has no pulse or anything of that sort Would the body explode Would the blood boil Would the body freeze The effect likely will be negative When a human body enters a vacuum like space there could be many negative effectsThe human body needs oxygen to survive and in space there is no oxygen So naturally the human wont survive But besides oxygen humans also need many other things to survive Theres water and food and guess what Theres neither in space Even if there was oxygen in space humans still wouldnt be able to survive The lack of food and water is another reason space will remain unexplored by just a human without any type of equipment to help himher So you basically cant survive in space unless youre supermanwhich no one is No one will ever survive in space with nothing other than themselvesSpace is the last frontier and its not likely that it will be conquered anytime soon Even though humans have come a long way its most likely going to stay the way it is humans are afraid of space and what going into it would do For starters space is an oxygen-less place so thats a somewhat scary fact Also it is -27 kelvins meaning it is -270 degrees Celsius SciShow and Green Another scary fact People have talked about going on vacations to the moon in the soon future but that doesnt sound at all appealing Why would someone want to go somewhere every
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