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Posted by Tracy/">Tracy on May 1, 1999 00:40:42 UTC

In a nutshell, what will happen to the human body if it is exposed to the elements of outer space. I know that the temperature of space is approx. -450 degrees F, and that space is a vacuum, but what will actually happen to a human body if it were thrown out there?

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