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Elon Musk Shares a Full Body Look at the SpaceX Spacesuit & It’s Totally Badass

First teased last month, Elon Musk has now provided us with a full body look at the SpaceX spacesuit. The mannequin is poised in front of the Crew Dragon capsule, SpaceX’s next-generation spacecraft designed to carry humans to the International Space Station and other destinations. Here we can see the glove, boot and pants design for the first time: […]
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