I am yet to find a satisfactory answer to this question, so please, enlighten me!
What I am trying to find out is …..
….Imagine you are in a spaceship orbiting the Earth – on one your crew members has decided that they have had enough of your company and throws you out of the airlock with no spacesuit on.
Remember, space is a vacuum and liquids will boil in a vacuum. Space is also very very cold.
So, will the air in your lungs expand (due to the vacuum) or turn into solid oxygen and nitrogen due to the extreme cold?
Will your blood freeze or boil?
Post your thoughts and ideas below!