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Will a gun fire in space?

 
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Great video, OP. I had always wondered about this myself, though they'll probably use lasers in space for weapons. Otherwise you wouldn't have any phew - phew sounds.

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Re: Will a gun fire in space?
can you imagine what other BS they are telling us about space as well?
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can you imagine what other BS they are telling us about space as well?
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?? are you saying a gun cannot fire in a vacuum?
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Re: Will a gun fire in space?
Yes.
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Re: Will a gun fire in space?
It is a good question as no one has ever traveled to the vacuum of space in the first place.

Are there any volunteers to wear an authentic space suit inside any earth side vacuum chamber?
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Re: Will a gun fire in space?
Why wouldn't they. They fire underwater.
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So the space force can use the same rifles as the rest of the armed forces? That will save some money and increase inter-operability.

I always figured Rocket Robin-Hood was bullshit. If they were so advanced, why did they have to use bows and arrows instead of guns?

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Re: Will a gun fire in space?
well if a rocket can propel in space

why couldn't a bullet??
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Re: Will a gun fire in space?
well if a rocket can propel in space

why couldn't a bullet??
 Quoting: Jake


My point exactly:

If bullet can propel in vacuum

why can't a rocket!

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What happens when you pop off in space?
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Re: Will a gun fire in space?
That is not hard vacuum like in space. I work with systems that generate so called Ultra High Vacuum, which starts at about 10^-8 mbar, but is more typically 10^-10 mbar - 10^-12 mbar. That corresponds to the pressure at the altitude of ISS (about 400 km).

Atmospheric pressure is 1000 mbar and the pressure in that video is probably 0.1 or 0.01 mbar. Lots of oxygen left in that "vacuum".

When exposed to hard vacuum, the free oxygen will leak out of the cartridge and KNO3 (saltpeter) may become decomposed, too. So, fresh ammo that's been exposed to atmosphere will fire, but if you store your ammo in hard vacuum, it's likely to fail.

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That is not hard vacuum like in space. I work with systems that generate so called Ultra High Vacuum, which starts at about 10^-8 mbar, but is more typically 10^-10 mbar - 10^-12 mbar. That corresponds to the pressure at the altitude of ISS (about 400 km).

Atmospheric pressure is 1000 mbar and the pressure in that video is probably 0.1 or 0.01 mbar. Lots of oxygen left in that "vacuum".

When exposed to hard vacuum, the free oxygen will leak out of the cartridge and KNO3 (saltpeter) may become decomposed, too. So, fresh ammo that's been exposed to atmosphere will fire, but if you store your ammo in hard vacuum, it's likely to fail.
 Quoting: Tainted Meat


1. we stopped using gun powder (black powder) about 100 years ago.

Nitrocellulose (smokeless powder) look it up is what is used today. (Yes there is an error in the video)

I think both would work in space and storage in a vacuum would have no effect.

I have an Aunt at area 51 and she can confirm this.

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Re: Will a gun fire in space?
Great video, OP. I had always wondered about this myself, though they'll probably use lasers in space for weapons. Otherwise you wouldn't have any phew - phew sounds.

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Re: Will a gun fire in space?
Modern ammunition contains its own oxidizer.
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Re: Will a gun fire in space?
Bullets only travel above the speed of sound. Aliens travel at light speed, so your puny bullets would be useless anyway.
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Re: Will a gun fire in space?
Bullets only travel above the speed of sound. Aliens travel at light speed, so your puny bullets would be useless anyway.
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A bullet hitting an object travelling at the speed of light has the kinetic energy of an atom bomb.

It would vaporize it.

The trick is leading an object travelling at the speed of light so you can hit it.
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Re: Will a gun fire in space?
Are people really this stupid?
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Re: Will a gun fire in space?
They didn't fire it in space tho
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Re: Will a gun fire in space?
Think how far that bullet would travel with no air resistance or gravity. Seemingly it would go on forever.
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Re: Will a gun fire in space?
Considering thrust is impossible in a vacuum I would say anything besides low earth orbit is impossible to even traverse let alone fire a gun. Unless we find a way to travel without using thrust like a portal or something. Space is designed to keep people on this plane.
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Re: Will a gun fire in space?
well if a rocket can propel in space

why couldn't a bullet??
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Obviously you are not a rocket scientist.

They carry fuels with oxidizers.
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Re: Will a gun fire in space?
can you imagine what other BS they are telling us about space as well?
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?? are you saying a gun cannot fire in a vacuum?
 Quoting: JADR+


no, we see that it does.

I am saying about planets not having an atmosphere eg. mars and many other lies.
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Re: Will a gun fire in space?
Considering thrust is impossible in a vacuum I would say anything besides low earth orbit is impossible to even traverse let alone fire a gun. Unless we find a way to travel without using thrust like a portal or something. Space is designed to keep people on this plane.
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Re: Will a gun fire in space?
That is not hard vacuum like in space. I work with systems that generate so called Ultra High Vacuum, which starts at about 10^-8 mbar, but is more typically 10^-10 mbar - 10^-12 mbar. That corresponds to the pressure at the altitude of ISS (about 400 km).

Atmospheric pressure is 1000 mbar and the pressure in that video is probably 0.1 or 0.01 mbar. Lots of oxygen left in that "vacuum".

When exposed to hard vacuum, the free oxygen will leak out of the cartridge and KNO3 (saltpeter) may become decomposed, too. So, fresh ammo that's been exposed to atmosphere will fire, but if you store your ammo in hard vacuum, it's likely to fail.
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so a better designed bullet may work though... do I understand correctly what you are saying?
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Re: Will a gun fire in space?
You would need to load the shell in a room that was pure O2 at high pressure and then make it air-tight. A better propellant would be HHO gas (Browns Gas) as it is fuel and oxidizer that has a flame travel that creates a 'crack' sound rather than a 'boom', that should mean a very fast muzzle velocity. 12V and some stainless steel is all it takes to create the gas.
BTW, do not use it in a paintball gun, . . .

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