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Living In Space Videos - Wear

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 Several NASA employees wear a variety of space clothes and demonstrate their usefulness when an astronaut is working or relaxing in space.
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 Expedition One Commander Bill Shepherd, now aboard the space shuttle after leaving the space station, is helped into a pressurized flight suit in preparation for a return to Earth. This flight home officially marked the end of Expedition One, the first crew to live and work aboard the Internatioanl Space Station.
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 Members of the STS-92 crew assist Pilot Pamela Melroy into her flight suit in preparation for their return to Earth aboard the space shuttle. Also, an in-cabin view shows the crew seated in the flight deck and outfitted in their flight suits as they go through procedures in anticipation for landing.
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 An astronaut shows the various outfits astronauts wear during all aspects of a mission from launch, to orbit operations, to space walking and finally landing.
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 A NASA engineer and an astronaut discuss the gloves space walkers wear when working outside in space. The comfort and temperature of a space walkers hands are crucial to the performance of critical tasks in outer space.
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Food | Fun | Wear | Work

Curator: Kim Dismukes | Responsible NASA Official: John Ira Petty | Updated: 04/09/2002
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