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What is the physics behind suction?

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The cabin is pressurised and since space is almost a vacuum when a pressurised barrier is broken. The air moves from a place of higher pressure to a place of lower pressure. Thats why when a barrier is broken the air in the room rushes out to space in the appearance of suction.

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