Egoy3k: That doesn't make sense, Space is cold yes but it's also empty so you only lose heat from radiation. I would think that the rate of heat loss encountered on a windy night in Antarctica would be much higher than that found in space. The same way that it's much worse to be in cold water than cold air of the same temperature, and in a still fluid rather than a flowing fluid.
xria: Note the "liquid cooling garment to keep the astronaut from overheating" bit
jigger: Space doesn't have a temperature. It's a vacuum.
Egoy3k: jigger: Space doesn't have a temperature. It's a vacuum.good point, it was a crappy choice of words on my part.
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