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How will we get oxygen in space?

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jennifer woo

on 15 April 2015

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Transcript of How will we get oxygen in space?

What Is Oxygen?
Oxygen is the air that we breathe in. It is a colorless, odorless reactive gas. Oxygen forms about 20 percent of the earth's atmosphere, and is the most abundant element in the earth's crust, mainly in the form of oxides, silicates, and carbonates. -Google
In space, astronauts have been carrying oxygen tanks on their backs of their suits when they are in space. The astronauts can lose oxygen if their oxygen tank breaks, or if their helmets have some cracks in it.
How Will We Get Oxygen In Space?
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Why Is Oxygen Important To Us?
Oxygen is a very important element because it is a part of the air people breathe and the water people drink. Because of this, oxygen supports life. Many living things (including humans) need oxygen to live and breathe, though it is poisonous to some forms of life.-Google
How Do We Get Oxygen In Space?
This is what oxygen is.
How do we get oxygen in the International Space Station?
Astronauts get oxygen by bringing oxygen from the earth. They put it in large tanks, and then they use the oxygen when they go to space. On the International space station, the oxygen tanks are filled in with distilled grade A pure water. There is a machine on the International space station, which is called an "oxygen generator". The machine uses electrolysis to split the hydrogen from the oxygen in a water molecule. For emergency, there is also a back-up oxygen tank for the astronauts who need it for emergency.
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