Regardless of whatever magic juice she injected, she should have been flash-frozen the second she hit the vacuum.
Don't they keep emergency spacesuits in those airlocks?
Hmm. I guess that depends on how close the nearest heat-storing chunk of matter might have been.Nope. You got it wrong. Space is space and it certainly isn't absolute zero everywhere.
The average temperature of empty space between celestial bodies is calculated at 3 kelvins (minus 270.15 degrees Celsius or minus 457.87 degrees Fahrenheit). Absolute zero, the temperature at which absolutely all activity stops, is zero kelvins (minus 273.15 degrees Celsius or minus 459.67 degrees Fahrenheit).
- The Temperatures of Outer Space Around the Earth
I would have found it more believable than a suitless deep space jump.You wouldn't have time to get in one and power it up. So what's the point?