Compare and contrast life underwater and life in space?
Can you just wite 3-5 points for each, Thanks (:
- Anonymous8 years agoFavorite Answer
Space has many dangers such as blackholes, quasars, supernovas, and temperature, if you are to close you burn, to far you freeze. Space is nothing just well space as the ocean is made of h2o. Underwater you haveto worry about pressure and animals(space has no life forms unless you believe extra terrestrial life). Another difference is that there is different things you study. Since water is made of something, you can use a fan to propel it forward as in space you need momentum since there is no friction and nothing to push on. Sorry if it is long
- adavielLv 78 years ago
If you mean people living in space, like on the ISS compared to living in some underwater habitat like Aquarius, I guess there are similarities in that it's some cramped smelly high-tech home where you have to put on special suits to go outside and breathing air has to be explicitly provided.
- 8 years ago
Life under water breathes oxygen, is devoid of light waves, and survives amongst incredible water pressures. Lastly, it exists.
Life in the vacuum of space, well, doesn't exist (although the earthly "Water Bear" can survive there).
- John WLv 78 years ago
You're isolated in a protective sealed environment and if that environment leaks, you're dead.