I was kind of curious how many people have died in space, apparently it's 18. not all of them in space, but in space missions, including parachute failures, spacecraft disintegrations, Decompression and stuff when coming back to earth, or leaving, taking in account that there has been only 536 persons in space ever, that's a pretty big number compared to car crashes or planes accidents... I guess space is a dangerous place to go...
60 of the people in space were female, not as bad as I expected >.> also, the current record holder for the most days in space is Peggy Whitson, with over 534 days in space and 60 hours, 21 minutes of EVA time is currently up there, and has been there for the last 284 days
ohh interesting, the current record holder for EVA time and spacewalk count is Anatoly Solovyev an astronaut from the RSA (the russian space agency) his EVA time is 3 days, 10 hours, 22 minutes and has made 16 spacewalks, 6 more than Peggy Whitson and Michael Lopez-Alegria (both from the NASA)
yeah, I like space. xd
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