Suited for Space open at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum through December 1, 2013:
Suited for Space reveals the remarkable creativity and ingenuity of nearly a century of flight and spacesuit design and development. Through rare and original photography, including unique new x-ray images of spacesuit interiors, the exhibition reveals how the modern technological marvel that is the spacesuit enables astronauts to live and work in space. More information, including historic footage, can be found on the exhibition’s Facebook page.
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