Pack your bags honey! We are moving to RS 996-7-5-30591-778 B4 tonight!
While it IS a bit cold, at least I can breathe without air tanks or worry about convulsions and seizures. I might not want to run anywhere since the air is as thin as the top of Mt Everest. Hyperventilation and certain mountain climbing breathing techniques will help keep the O2 in my blood at decent levels.
Carbon Dioxide levels are low enough that I would feel at home, just like in Athens or Rome or Mexico City during the 80s
NO Sulfur Dioxide to even worry about!
Hydrogen Sulfide would only cause conjunctivitis, but I think eye drops would help alleviate any discomfort.
I might lose my sense of smell over time though, no biggie.
The biggest problem, and one that wouldn't cause this to not be considered a winner, is the 87.7% Oxygen in the air. See previous post about inspired oxygen percentages. Oxygen therapy patients are not allowed to breathe concentrations over 60%. This too can lead to oxygen poisoning. But that is splitting hairs at this moment. I would include this planet in the short list of survivable atmospheres.
Congrats!Wiki on Oxygen Toxicity for both high and low pressures
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