Space suits sans space men (photo)

Space suits of U.S. astronaut Joseph Acaba (L) and Russian cosmonauts Gennady Padalka (C) and Sergei Revin are ready for a crew's training session at the Star City space center outside Moscow April 24, 2012. The three-man team is preparing for a mission to the International Space Station on May 15.

(REUTERS/Sergei Remezov)

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    1. I wouldn’t have thought so, since it displays a nonbeliever’s lack of faith in the survivability of God’s Presence.  But what the hell, threadwinner, you earned it!

    2. As a skeptic, I’ll throw out there that it’s more like a Dr Who episode, “They turned to dust!  Right before our eyes!  In the New New New York Library!  In the year 9 billion!”

  1. Boingboing should totally look into the story of Playtex and the making of the Apollo spacesuits.

    “When Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin stepped onto the lunar surface in July of 1969, they wore spacesuits crafted by seamstresses taken from the assembly-line of Playtex, maker of bras and girdles: This book is the story of that suit.”

    http://fashioningapollo.com/ 

    1. Boing Boing should totally look into the story of Playtex and the making of the Apollo spacesuits.

      Boing Boing?  How about the masterminds behind Mad Men?

  2. Well, that’s what you get for dissing a weird short dude in a centurion costume complete with funny green broom hat.  @_@

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