Thursday, 27 March 2014

NASA asks public to vote on Z-2 spacesuit design

NASA has gone a touch sartorial as it asks the public to vote on the design of its new prototype Z-2 spacesuit. Part of the Advanced Suit development program to come up with a replacement for the 22-year old suit designs currently used on the International Space Station, the Z-2 not only includes a number of technical innovations, but also a design that for the first time has an eye on the aesthetics of living and working in outer space. .. Continue Reading NASA asks public to vote on Z-2 spacesuit design

Section: Space

Tags: International Space Station, NASA, Prototype, Space Suit, Wearable

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