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The Greatest Protection For our Astronauts! INSIDE THE SPACESUIT Undersuit with a system of tubes that holds warm and cold water. Controls temperature inside the suit. OUTSIDE OF SPACESUIT Flexible Protects astronaut from extreme temperatures and radiation from the Sun. Protects from impact of tiny meteorites. White – Reflects heat and easier to see Radio on front BACKPACK Portable Life Support System Provides Pure Oxygen Controls Air Pressure Contains canisters to collect CO2 HELMET Window made of glass that protects eyes from strong rays of the sun. BOOTS Light Less Bulky than in the past Very Flexible – so that astronauts can hold small things Tiny Heaters – to keep astronauts hands warm. The pressure forces blood to certain parts of the body to counteract the absence of gravity. “FREE FALL”– A condition of weightlessness. The floating sensation astronauts experience while in space environment is due to microgravity.