Look at what happens when a bowling ball and feathers are dropped together under the conditions of outer space. It’s impressive!
The world’s largest vacuum chamber is situated at NASA’s Space Power Facility in Ohio.
According to NASA:
[quote_box_center]The vacuum chamber was designed and constructed to test both nuclear and non-nuclear space hardware in a simulated Low-Earth-Orbiting environment […] The vacuum chamber has a volume of 22,653 m3 (800,000 ft3) and measures 30.5 m (100 ft) in diameter and 37.2 m (122 ft) high with 15.2 m (50 ft) by 15.2 m (50 ft) loading doors on each side leading to highbays. [/quote_box_center]