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aania nasser on April 12, 2019
There is no air in space... also sub-marine means under the sea, so if anything then planes are supermarines
_tom_ on April 15, 2019
Extreme depth submarines can take up to 2432 atmosphere's of pressure but a spaceship can take pressures anywhere from 0 all the way up to 1 atmospheres of pressure.
potato on April 16, 2019
But space doesn't have dummy
protato on April 16, 2019
BuT THerEs nO AIr In SpaCe
patotato on April 26, 2019
space is space wiath no air
pototo on May 1, 2019
submarine literally means under the sea, so that would make it air under the sea, which is a bubble. Actually that kind of fits. A space ship is basically a bubble of air in space.
BubbleBrain on May 20, 2019
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