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Why doesn't the vacuum of space suck away Earth's atmosphere?

January 30, 20094 min
It's often said that "nature abhores a vacuum." If that's true, then why doesn't the vacuum of space suck away our atmosphere? Tune in as Marshall Brain explains the science behind vacuums in this HowStuffWorks podcast.

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