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Default Low & E-low berth questions

For some reason the ship's crew has to take to the low berths and hope for rescue: 1. What ship systems must remain in operation to support the berths?
2. How long can the berths be sustained provided the requirements in question 1 are met?
3. How long can the human body survive in cold sleep?
4. Is it possible for some member(s) of the crew to be automatically revived to periodically revive the others to prolong that time if revival and re-entering cold sleep will extend that time?
5. What kind of ship would possibly have the capabilities to perform the function(s) necessary to perform question 4 if that is possible?
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