# What is the definition of space in geography?

## What is the definition of space in geography?

In the humanistic **geography space** and place are important concepts. ... **Space** is something abstract, without any substantial **meaning**. While place refers to how people are aware of/attracted to a certain piece of **space**. A place can be seen as **space** that has a **meaning**.

## Is space really a vacuum?

**Space** is an almost perfect **vacuum**, full of cosmic voids. And in short, gravity is to blame. ... By definition, a **vacuum** is devoid of matter. **Space** is almost an absolute **vacuum**, not because of suction but because it's nearly empty.

## Is there a toilet on crew dragon?

Veteran NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley will launch on this historic mission from NASA's Kennedy Space Center. ... But they won't arrive at **the** space station until **the** next day (May 28), so it's important that **there's a toilet** on board.

## How long the astronaut stay in space?

six months

## What's the longest someone has lived in space?

cosmonaut Valery Polyakov

## What is the longest duration someone has lived in space?

665 days

## How much do astronauts in space get paid?

Civilian astronaut salaries According to NASA, here are the common salaries for astronauts and how they are categorized: GS-11 astronauts average starting salary: **$66,026** per year. GS-14 astronauts can earn up to **$144,566** per year.

## Is anyone living in space?

The **space** station has made it possible for people to have an ongoing presence in **space**. Human beings have been **living in space** every day since the first crew arrived. The **space** station's laboratories allow crew members to do research that could not be done anywhere else.

## Can you live for 200 years?

Professor Stuart Kim has now raised the maximum age from 150 to **200 years**. But he has a problem. The world record of 122 **years** was set by Jeanne Calment, and has stood since 1997. ... Sponges and corals are known to **live** for thousands of **years**, while some sharks, and whales, can reach an age of over **200 years**.

## Do you age slower on the moon?

Yes, but only by a remarkably tiny difference. According to Einstein's General Relativity, and the “Equivalency Principle equation of Physics, a cesium clock on the surface of the **Moon should** run about 1/of a second **slower** than an identical clock here on Earth.

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