Some articles on suit, worn, suits:
... SK series (CK), the space suit used for the Vostok program (1961–1963) ... Worn by Yuri Gagarin on the first manned space flight ... No pressures suits were worn aboard Voskhod 1 ...
... Siegfried Hansen and colleagues at Litton Industries designed and built a working hard-shell suit, which was used inside vacuum chambers and was the predecessor of space suits used in NASA missions ... Navy Mark IV high-altitude/vacuum suit used for Project Mercury (1961–1963) ... Gemini space suits (1965–1966), there were three main variants developed G3C designed for intra-vehicle use G4C specially designed for EVA and intra-vehicle use and a special ...
... is similar in design to the Gemini spacesuit worn by astronauts from 1965–1966 and by the three Apollo 1 astronauts in 1967 ... The helmet and gloves are connected to the suit, via locking rings, a metallic gray in color (Gemini suits featured a gray neck ring and red and blue anodized glove rings) ... The suit has a Nomex cover layer in international orange color, instead of silver or white as in previous David Clark suits ...
Famous quotes containing the words worn and/or suits:
“I am worn out with dreams;
A weather-worn, marble triton
Among the streams;
And all day long I look
Upon this ladys beauty
As though I had found in a book”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“They are actions that a man might play,
But I have that within which passes show,
These but the trappings and the suits of woe.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)