From the early days of space exploration, engineers have tried to keep a human being alive in the hostile environment that is outer space. Here are some of their designs.
Suit: G5-C, Gemini 7
Year: 1965 Frank Borman wore this suit on the mission that proved people could stay in space for two weeks. This flight was also the first to connect with another spacecraft. These innovations eventually made it possible for man to land on the moon. Made of high-tenacity nylon, this suit was far more comfortable than the ones before it. It was created by the David Clark Company and nicknamed the Grasshopper suit, for its increased mobility.