People are mortal. Every human being has to accept death. But we all know that our corpses rot after death, but do we know what happens to corpses in space? Because objects of low density exist in space.
That is, zero space is not completely empty. Mainly, very small amounts of hydrogen plasma, electromagnetic radiation, magnetic fields, and neutrinos are located in this vacuum. Theoretically, it contains black matter and black energy.
There are so many things in space that people still can't imagine. So corpses do not rot in space like the earth. But what happens?
The corpse will not get a chance to fly in space. Because all the bacteria in the body due to radiation and dehydration will die or go into hibernation. If the corpse travels with the Earth's orbit, it will boil and turn into a mummy due to low pressure. Much like the bodies recovered in a city destroyed by a volcanic eruption in Pompeii, Italy.
Again, if the corpse is out of the Earth's orbit into the solar system, where the temperature is below zero, the corpse will freeze and harden. Since heat transfer in the air is not fast, it can take days or even weeks for this to happen.
Just as a corpse in the glaciers of Mount Everest or the Alps stays good year after year, so the corpse can be recognized in space even after millions of years, until it falls into astronomy.
Source: Grameen Times