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Can we vacuum on the Moon?

Can we vacuum on the Moon?

This lesson explains the concept of atmospheric pressure.


Author: Kovács Attila Péter



atmospheric pressure, air pressure, vacuum cleaner, straw, vacuum, compressive force, pressure, Moon, hydrostatic pressure, Earth, elevation, air, propeller, atmosphere, freezing, evaporation, unit of measurement, space suit, mountaineer, altimeter, graph of a function, mercury, physics, geography, astronomy, mathematics

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