“Step Twelve: Gently peel soap mold from sides of soap until airlock is broken.”
“O'BRIEN: The airlock, which is on the International Space Station, while the Shuttle has been busy doing its thing with Hubble, there are still astronauts living on the Space Station.”
“On the other side of the airlock was the open crater floor.”
“The airlock was a triple-door type, not so much to save air as to give him an airlock even if he lost a door somehow.”
“The viewports showed nothing, but on the outer door of the airlock was a small window, shielded against chance radiation.”
“Cosmonauts Kotov and Suraev are slated to conduct spacewalks in January from the Pirs airlock, which is part of the ISS's Russian segment.”
“The EVA trip back into the airlock was a little eventful," Kerrick said.”
“The post office was the kind of airlock afforded by the double outside doors and double, heavily curtained inside doors of the old-fashioned house on Sansom Street, and all during the party Charlie kept looking at Ruth.”
“From thence you go through a kind of airlock between two blast doors, of which you see one in the photo above.”
“We have plywood over the windows, and a plastic "airlock" across the inside of that doorway.”
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