Originally posted by johnwilkesbooth
My significant other and I were at the local fast food joint when a question just popped into my head.
"If I were to open a Snapple bottle in space (or any other vacuum sealed bottle in space), would it pop or break the seal? Furthermore, if I opened it and then closed it in space...brought it back home to America in the shuttle and then opened it in my kitchen would it pop or break the seal for a second time?"
My thoughts were that it wouldn't pop in space because there is no air to rush in to the bottle
Oh Jesus.........LOL, isn't their air supplied to occupants who are in space? Also, aren't the cabins somewhat pressurized? Don't most of what they consume come in pouches?
What do you think?
I think you work for Snapple, or you were extremely bored when you came up with this one.
edit on 28-10-2012 by Sissel because: (no reason given)