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If there is no gravity can there still be oxygen?

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September 12, 2011 9:35PM

There can be oxygen with no gravity! For example, lets take a spaceship and fill it with oxygen, with no air holes so the oxygen wont escape. But every time you inhale, your lowering the amount of oxygen you have, so you might want to take a couple of plants. The plants will inhale your carbon dioxide (CO2) and exhale more oxygen for you to inhale.