No Astronaut Has Ever Left The Earths Atmosphere, According To Science

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Due to recent observations, scientists now say that remnants of the Earths atmosphere extend out beyond 600,000 miles, more than twice the distance of the moon. We need to go further to truly escape it.

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  • Way stoopid stuffs are now gowin', no kinda atmosphere has evah entered no hooman!


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    Originally Posted by lanfear63 View Post

    Due to recent observations, scientists now say that remnants of the Earths atmosphere extend out beyond 600,000 miles, more than twice the distance of the moon. We need to go further to truly escape it.

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    Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

    https://www.pbs.org/newshour/science/if-this-space-study-is-right-humans-have-never-left-earths-atmosphere
    Just goes to show that "some scientists" need to get a life.
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    There's no need to go 600,000 miles to truly escape the atmosphere. Just go 3 feet underwater, and you're out of it completely.
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