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2010-11-18 08:27:29
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It depends on your location. Check on the internet for specific times at your latitude and longitude. There are some nice iPhone apps that will give you a list for your location.


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Yes, but only in a space ship / station or in a space suit and then only for a finite time as one has to take the resources to survive in space with you in to space (from Earth). No. not for a very long time.

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The international space station is the only such place at this time

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A space probe is generally a small, robotic machine that is used to make scientific measurements of the universe and its contents, and can be used in Earth orbit, sent out into deep space never to return to our solar system, and everything in between . A Space Station is a "home away from home" for astronauts to stay for months at a time, conducting science experiments and making observations. As of today space stations have only ever been placed into Low Earth Orbit.

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Yes and no. On earth, there are time zones based on where you are located on earth. There are no time zones in space.

They eat and stuff :) ++++ No, that answer was not "useful". In a space-shuttle itself, they can do no more than fly it to the Space Station or back to Earth - rather as its name implies. Once in the Space Station most of their working time is spent in performing various scientific experiments and measurements.

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Earth has gravity and space does not.

The reason why space station are that important is because humans body normally can't live in space. There are different factors that when in space can affect humans body and space station or spacecraft's role is to support humans to remain in space for a period of time.

In space there is no fixed time like earth. As there is 24 hours sun not like earth with day and night.

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space, time, and all the matter is in the universe.

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it is advantageous for astronauts to live on a space station rather a space shuttle because a space station allow astronauts to stay and work extended time . A space shuttle is a space craft to transport astronauts , satellites, and other materials to and from space.

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