Is there any oxygen in space?



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    Technically there is, however, most of it has been captured by gravitational bodies as space is too large and lacks the gravity necessary for it to be present.

    According to Thomas Arny’s “Explorations: An Introduction to Astronomy,” if
    we were to compare the amount of gas in interstellar space to the air we
    breathe, it would be like “one marble in a box 5 miles on a side compared
    to the same box filled completely with marbles.”

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