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Not the car my friend...the other stuff in the tray that gets covered in ink. I’ve had pens leak twice in hot cars and make a huge mess of all the stuff in the tray. If somebody who’s been through this had a recommendation, it’s worth asking. The Fisher space pen was a helpful idea though, so thanks to @MorrisonHiker !Seriously? It's just a car.
I keep a space pen in the car myself, and I live in Florida. Never had a problem.
You know that's just a joke? American astronauts and Russian cosmonauts used pencils for a period, but graphite is electrically conductive and broken pencil tips are a major hazard for electronics in space. Plus pencils are flammable! In reality, NASA did not pay for the development of the "space pen". They only paid to purchase pens in bulk, paying $2.89 a pen, the same price the Russians paid for the same pen.is this like the the old joke about how much money nasa spent working on a pen that would work in space.......and USSR just used a pencil.
You can get one of the compartmentalized organizer trays for the center console, and keep all yourMaybe an unusual question. I like to keep a pen in the car, but there’s always a risk that on a hot day it will spew ink in the console tray. Do you have a recommendation of a car-durable pen?
As the old story goes, NASA spent millions developing a space pen that would work in zero gravity for their astronauts. The USSR just gave their cosmonauts pencils.
And it's complete BS.is this like the the old joke about how much money nasa spent working on a pen that would work in space.......and USSR just used a pencil.