Is There Air In Outer Space?
There is no air in the outer space. Air or atmosphere can exist only around a large enough space object, such as planet. Air consists of various gases. There is a certain amount of gases in the outer space, but they are not condensed enough to form any air or atmosphere and to cause any significant amount of resistance. To hold together, air or atmosphere needs gravity and magnetic fields.
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