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Just don't light up a fag in there Klondike!!!
hopefully it is only gas that comes out of him, and somehow i think it will probably stay in the suite, dont ask me how i know, a little birdie told me
I was under the impressions that the helmet air is a separate closed system to the rest of the suit.
I think he'll go to the toilet before he goes out and if it happens. He/she will just have to deal with it!
It's no worse than a sleeping bag!
And what happens if he sneezes all over the inside of his visor? He'd have to lick it off or he wouldn't be able to see. If he's anything like my wife one big sneeze and he'd wet himself! Come to think of it, if he did it wouldn't run down his leg like it would on Earth but it would keep floating up into his helmet. After he'd licked all his snot off the visor he'd have to suck up and drink of his own urine. Let's hope he's not got diarrhea!
Come to that, why don't bedridden women on Earth experience backflow?
Will the astronaut's gas cloud ever collapse on itself and provide us with a second moon?