## What is the pressure of space?

In outer space, the pressure is 1.322 × 10-11 Pa – essentially zero, since there is very little air and hardly any water.

## What is the pressure on Earth’s surface?

about 14.7 pounds per square inch

## How does pressure change in space?

In space, outside of the Earth’s atmosphere, there are almost no molecules in the gas that surrounds the International Space Station. The absence of molecules, means that the air pressure is extremely low – in fact it is almost zero, so it is nearly a perfect vacuum.

## How do you calculate pressure in space?

The formula P = F/A is used to find pressure. In outer space one would also face extreme changes in temperature.

## What pressure is the vacuum of space?

Measurement

Vacuum quality Torr Pa
Ultra high vacuum 1×10−9 to 1×10−12 1×10−7 to 1×10−10
Extremely high vacuum < 1×10−12 < 1×10−10
Outer space 1×10−6 to < 1×10−17 1×10−4 to < 3×10−15
Perfect vacuum 0 0

## Why is it called Crew Dragon?

There are two variants: Crew Dragon and Cargo Dragon. Crew Dragon was initially called “DragonRider” and it was intended from the beginning to support a crew of seven or a combination of crew and cargo.

## How much does SpaceX Dragon cost?

The NASA audit estimated that the per-seat cost of the SpaceX Crew Dragon comes to \$55 million while Boeing’s Starliner adds up to \$90 million. Not a bad deal for American taxpayers by any stretch.

## Is SpaceX cheaper than NASA?

SpaceX now handles about two-thirds of NASA’s launches, including many research payloads, with flights as cheap as \$62 million, roughly two-thirds the price of a rocket from United Launch Alliance, a competitor. “SpaceX works on the basis of ‘test it until it breaks.

## How much does SpaceX charge per astronaut?

NASA awarded SpaceX with \$2.4 billion for six operational missions. Dividing those up, each Crew Dragon launch costs about \$400 million, with \$220 million of that cost allotted to the four astronauts NASA expects to fly per mission — or \$55 million per astronaut.

## Why did NASA pay SpaceX?

NASA will pay Elon Musk’s SpaceX \$2.9 billion to build a lunar landing system to ferry astronauts to the surface of the moon. SpaceX was one of three companies chosen last year to develop technology for NASA’s Human Landing System program.

## How much does NASA pay SpaceX per astronaut?

NASA will likely pay about \$90 million for each astronaut who flies aboard Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner capsule on International Space Station (ISS) missions, the report estimated. The per-seat cost for SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule, meanwhile, will be around \$55 million, according to the OIG’s calculations.

## How much do we pay Russia to go into space?

Despite SpaceX Success NASA Will Pay Russia \$90 Million To Take U.S. Astronaut To The ISS.

## Why did Boeing get more money than SpaceX?

Boeing is in line to get paid substantially more per seat than SpaceX for astronaut trips to the International Space Station, in part because it negotiated an increase in what was meant to be a fixed-cost contract, NASA’s Office of the Inspector General says in a watchdog report.

## How much did NASA pay SpaceX for the launch?

SpaceX explains why the U.S. Space Force is paying \$316 million for a single launch.

## How much does it cost to go to space 2020?

NASA said it would cost \$35,000 a night for stays on the ISS, and the price to get there is estimated to be \$50 million. Virgin Galactic has said it may in the short term raise the price of its tickets, which today cost \$250,000. Despite the high costs, Virgin Galactic expects high demand from the wealthy.

## How much does it cost to launch SpaceX?

But what really sets SpaceX apart, and has made it a magnet for controversy, are its prices: As advertised on the company’s Web site, a Falcon 9 launch costs an average of \$57 million, which works out to less than \$2,500 per pound to orbit.