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SpaceX CEO And Founder Elon Musk Has Shared The First Picture Of The SpaceX Spacesuit


There has been a lot of buzz surrounding SpaceX in the past few days, and a big chunk of the same comes via SpaceX CEO and founder Elon Musk’s Instagram account. Recently, he shared the look of SpaceX factory from space, SpaceX Dragon spacecraft docking with the Space
Station, and more.
On August 20th, Musk tweeted that we’ll soon get a glimpse of what the next generation of spacesuits for NASA will look like. SpaceX is developing those suits as a part of its Commercial Crew Program. Now that moment has arrived as Musk has sharedthe first picture of SpaceX spacesuit.
Take a look at the SpaceX spacesuit here:
elon musk spacesuit spacex
Image: Elon Musk’s Instagram
In the post, Musk has said that more pictures will be coming in the following days. It’s worth noting that Elon Musk is himself wearing the spacesuit and it actually works; it’s not a mockup.
It has been already tested to double vacuum pressure. Praising the looks of the suit, Musk said, “(It) was incredibly hard to balance aesthetics and function. Easy to do either separately.”

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