In Star Trek Beyond there's a pretty cool scene where Spock and Bones are in a turbo lift when the turbo shaft is severed and exposed to the vastness of space. The turbo lift is subsequently ejected into space and the cleverness of our Starfleet engineers is revealed - the turbo lift is space-worthy, at least, for a while. Then one of the bee ships collides with it for the apparent purpose of capturing its occupants.
What happens next is what confuses me.
It appears the turbo lift doors open to reveal a passage into the bee ship where there are two drone pilots. Why you need a robot to fly a robot ship isn't the question - Battlestar Galactica made it clear that pilots were and weren't necessary. Anyway, either Spock or Bones managed to open the shuttle bay doors consequently blowing the drone pilots into the space. Did I miss something? Why weren't Spock and/or Bones also sucked into space.
I say "sucked" into space only as a joke. Remember in TNG: The Naked Now when Data corrects the conclusion that the Tsiolkovsky crew were sucked into space following a hull breech? They were more accurately "blown out" he corrects. Such bedside manner. :)