For other uses, see Pascal (disambiguation).

A pascal (or Pa) was a unit of pressure. One pascal was equal to 0.01 millibars.

The standard atmospheric pressure at Earth sea level, otherwise measured as 1 atm, is equal to 101,325 Pa.

Comparative list of pressureEdit

Kilopascal = 1 thousand pascals
Since Federation starships were kept at 1 atm, the atmosphere of a Borg cube was therefore kept at just over 103 kilopascals, or approximately 1.02 atm.
  • Warp core pressure aboard Starfleet ships was measured in kilopascals. Upon being pulled into the Delta Quadrant, the USS Voyager's warp core pressure was down to 2100 kilopascals. Upon unlocking the magnetic interlocks, they were able to increase it to a stable rate of 2500 kilopascals. (VOY: "Caretaker")
  • The pressure encountered from the leading edge of shock waves encountered by the USS Voyager following the explosion of a supernova was over 90 kilopascals – over 30% higher than predicted. (VOY: "The Q and the Grey")
Megapascal = 1 million pascals

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