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"Used to tell his pirates to take as many captives alive as they could. Not for ransom. For spacin'. Grim to say, but he liked to see 'em die."
Fenn Gilbrantes, reminiscing about Clabburn the Elder[src]

Spacing was a form of execution where the condemned was placed in an airlock without a space suit and sent into the vacuum of space.

If a being was spaced while a ship was in hyperspace, the body would disintegrate (its atoms would "cease to have any coherent meaning") once outside the ship's protective shield.



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