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(Popular Mechanics)   Imagine the worst designed basketball uniform possible, combined with orthopedic shoes, and you got your new prototype spacesuit from NASA   (popularmechanics.com) divider line 4
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2012-07-22 08:00:20 AM
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Trying to grasp how they use them. This kind of shows the "back port" entry they speak of.

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/I'll just hang that curve ball right there
2012-07-22 08:26:54 AM
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edmo: Trying to grasp how they use them. This kind of shows the "back port" entry they speak of.

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/I'll just hang that curve ball right there


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Rear entry isn't much unlike the Russian suits they use on the ISS.
The airlock thing is an interesting twist. For getting outside quickly and saving space, it does make a strange kind of sense.
2012-07-22 05:26:35 AM
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When I go to Mars, I'm sure as Hel not gonna wear anything from Nike!
2012-07-22 04:14:41 AM
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ShawnDoc: They don't really explain the shorts. How does wearing space shorts over space pants make you more mobile?


Actually I prefer splendidly bejeweled battle shorts...
 
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