From Living In Space by G

Dating a closed off person

But Haidt argues that when you hit this stage, you should be patient. Unfortunately, it was closed. Then he inspected the edges of the hole he had ground in the door, and with the striker roughened them even more on one side, so that a few more shavings of metal projected. It spattered on his hand, breaking up into scores of smaller drops, some of which moved obediently away, while others just drifted, and still others vanished in vapor.

After all you

On a related note, forced ventilation in the spacecraft's lifesystem is not optional. And yes, on Skylab, the area around the the air vent got pretty disgusting quite quickly, as all the floating food particles and assorted dirt from the entire space station got sucked in.

The light was a gas tube, and, since the chamber had no opening whatever, would probably be most useful as a light. He asked for his cigarettes and lighter, with a half smile, Mayhew supplied the man with some of his own, and marked those of the spy for special investigation. Such odors can quickly become overpowering in such tight quarters. There is a chance that the high-oxygen atmosphere will allow a meteor to ignite a fire inside the suit.

The sound of all the chimes in our apartment had gotten so far under my skin over the weeks we'd been living there that I pretty much figured out immediately which chimes had stopped. And being willfully ignorant in space means you are doing your darndest to cop a Darwin Award. In some extreme cases filter masks or compressors might be worn.

Evidently the Westerners stored it with some inhibiting chemical, probably as a precaution more against accident than sabotage. He found difficulty, however, in believing what his eyes and the scanner showed him. That way, you can tell location of a faulty blower just by the change in the sound.

It means we've got to

After all, you can't just open up a window to let in some fresh air, not in the vacuum of space. It means we've got to keep the air in the Station on the move, otherwise we'd soon go the same way as that flame.