Arm|strong line

Arm|strong line «AHRM strng»,
the altitude level above which low atmospheric pressure would cause body fluids to vaporize if not protected. It is calculated at about 63,000 feet but varies according to circumstances.
[< H. G. Armstrong, born 1899, a general in the United States Air Force]

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