While functioning correctly, the life support gravity module generates an artificial gravity field on the spacecraft. This means that while not on the surface of a planet there will be gravity on board the spacecraft while the system is online.
The life support system onboard a spacecraft will stay online even if the spacecraft is out of power. This allows it to maintain the habitable environment (and artificial gravity) in any situation, unless it is itself damaged or intentionally turned offline using the power relay station.
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volume needed = berths * ?
Extra life support volume will help the spacecraft re-pressurize faster if it has been depressurized. And also provide redundancy, allowing the life support system to sustain more damage before becoming inoperative.
lifeSupportQMin = (nonOfficerBerths - 8) x 8
nonOfficerBerthsMax = 8 + lifeSupportQ / 8