This Friday (April 23), Space Chat will explore the technology behind spacesuits that allow astronauts to walk in space, on the moon and – one day – on Mars.
This week, Space.com Senior Writer Chelsea Gohd will take a look at the evolution of space suits and how they protect astronauts from the harsh environment of space!
Every Friday at 1 p.m. EDT (6 p.m. GMT), Gohd hosts Space Chat, which you can find live on the Space.com Facebook page. Each week the series explores a new spatial subject, spanning from Earth to the universe and far beyond.
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