Asked in Astronauts
Why is life on the moon impossible without a space suit?
Life on the moon is not possible with out a space suit because there is no oxygen for humans to breath. Also with out a space suit the pressure in space would or could make a body explode. ...
How much does it cost to make a space suit?
It depends on where the space suit is being worn to. The space suits that have been made in the past have taken millions of dollars to build. Even closer to an exact answer, probably about 3 million. ...
Asked in Astronomy, Neil Armstrong, The Moon
How much does an Apollo space suit weigh on the moon?
the amrican space suit weighs 270 pounds exaclty, this is a true answer, it is not aproximiate, hope it hopelessy didnt help lol ...
Asked in Apollo Moon Missions, Neil Armstrong, The Moon
How do people walk on the moon?
People can walk on the moon wearing a specially designed space suit such as NASA used for the Apollo moon missions. The suit contains the environmental conditions necessary and also the weight to offset the weak gravity of the moon. ...
Can you drink root beer on the moon?
To be perfectly honest with you, I am not certain just how the consumption of carbonated beverages are facilitated while wearing a space suit. The atmosphere of the moon is not conducive to human life without a space suit. And of course, there are as yet no root beer stands on the Earth's Moon, that we know of. ...
Asked in The Moon, Astronauts
Why heavy boots requires to walk on moon?
They aren't, it's something people believe due to a misunderstanding. The Apollo A7L space suit worn by Neil Armstrong during his moon walk weighed around 200lbs. This was because it was a five-layer, reinforced, pressurised suit to protect the occupant and keep him alive. No extra weight was added artificially, he could have moonwalked just fine in a much lighter suit. ...
Asked in Astronauts
Does a space suit monitor an astronaut's heart and temperature?
Generally, yes. Those sensors are often included in the clothing worn under the space suit, so that mission control can monitor the astronauts all the time, even when they aren't wearing their space suits. ...