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I don't think any of the other answers have pointed out that you come down with the same speed that you went up with. On earth, I can't jump so high that I can't safely land, and so on the moon I wouldn't be able to either. The difference with the moon is that I would be in the air a lot longer. If I overrotated and landed on my head I could die, just as I ...


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Although this question has many answers already, I thought I'd add a more general answer How far could a human fall in a pressurised environment on various solar system bodies? I'm imagining that there are multi-story habitats on various bodies in the solar system, all pressurised to 1 atm. I'm also imagining that these habitats have a 'lift shaft' of ...


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