"Go into space." or "Go to space." "Explode in space." or "Explode into space."?
- Anonymous1 month agoFavourite answer
All are valid depending on the sense you want to convey.
The second one is probably the least usual.
Fire all of your guns at once and explode into space.
- busterwasmycatLv 71 month ago
the difference between in (within or inside) and into (go in and somewhat through, at least in part) is a matter of image of location and activity.
Into implies movement from elsewhere to the location interior. in declares existence within the interior already, at the start.
- Anonymous1 month ago
They're all grammatically correct, though each is used with varying effect.