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How did the astronauts walkupon the moons surface enclosed in a space suit in full sunlight absorbing a minimum of 265 degrees of heat surrounded by a vacuum when NASA claimed that moon has no atmosphere & that the astronauts were surrounded by the vacuum of space?

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Asked by readiffff, 10 Feb '13 02:51 pm
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An astronaut's suit is speciaally designed to withstand 1000 degree temperature.....and keep the astronaut unaffected...bcz the temperature sometimes fall below -273' K......which can even freeze a man into hard stone.....
Answered by Pradipta pati, 10 Feb '13 03:08 pm

 
  
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We can walk on the surface of the moon using the moons gravity. moreover we will be only 1/6 of our weight on moon we will not feel the weight of space suit .vacuum will not stop your movement and space suit will shield us from the over heat. so there is no problem in walking in the moon. only thing we will not feel as comfortable as earth in walking.
Answered by Panneer Selvam, 10 Feb '13 03:07 pm

 
  
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Who told you all this? 265 degrees, vacuum, NASA, moon etc etc. Go back and refer that website again.
Answered by QueSera Sera, 10 Feb '13 02:59 pm

 
  
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