I try to move as little as possible to avoid moving the water inside my helmet. I keep giving information on my health, saying that I’m ok and that repressurization can continue. Now that we are repressurizing, I know that if the water does overwhelm me I can always open the helmet. I’ll probably lose consciousness, but in any case that would be better than drowning inside the helmet. At one point, Chris squeezes my glove with his and I give him the universal ‘ok’ sign with mine. The last time he heard me speak was before entering the airlock!
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Gina Hagler is a freelance writer and published author. Her published work includes pieces on science, health, technology, food, and history. Her book on applied fluid dynamics and scale model testing was published by Springer. She is currently under contract for a book on bridge success and failures.
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