What is the pressure in a vacuum?

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There is no pressure in a vacuum, a vacuum is the absence of anything, there is nothing there to push.

Air from a pressurized space that becomes open to a vacuum may push you into the vacuum, but the vacuum itself does nothing as it is literally nothing.

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