SpaceX explained the sleek crew dragon spacesuit worn by NASA astronauts

The SpaceX spacesuit crew originally integrated with the Dragon spacecraft.

Video screenshot by Amanda Kooser / CNET

SpaceX spacesuits designed for crux astronauts Very different from the usual suits of NASA which have been in service for years. SpaceX shared an inside view on spacesuit design in a video released on Monday that provides insight into some of the most visible parts Dragon mission brought.

The spacecraft has a sleek, streamlined design and the crew dragon spacecraft has a symbiotic relationship with the seats. They rise up through a “cord” that connects everything from communication to air to allow astronauts to breathe.

SpaceX prioritized ease of use for the suite, said Space Tracks and crew equipment manager Chris Trigg, “Some crew simply have to plug in literally when they sit down and then take care of themselves from there like a suit We do.”

Video is just before schedule Crew Dragon Demo-2 Mission Returns. NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley are set to return to Earth, leaving the International Space Station on 1 August and dropping down into the Atlantic on 2 August.

Here is mentioned How to see the historical comeback of crew dragon And the final test that SpaceX needs to pass before commencing regular operational flights to the ISS.

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