I do recall hearing that the interior of Mir was very hot (and noisy)
Dang... was that a parachute flapping on orbit?
Well, this thread has certainly taken a strange turn.
On the original topic, Suzy you do have a point about the difference in err, attire, but maybe the typical outfit that we see in most photos is just for media friendlyness? I do recall hearing that the interior of Mir was very hot (and noisy), so maybe some astronauts would wear a bit less when theyre off camera? :shrug:
I saw the theatrical trailer. So what is this, a movie about space stuff blowing up because special effects? :blink:
I was planning on seeing Pacific Rim, but that's only because it's with a bunch of friends and we want a good laugh. This doesn't even look funny. But I might be biased because they're destroying our precious spacecraft.
Seems that an alteration of gravity just deorbit things... Weird. The question is : how the russians will die and how Sandra Bullock will reenter safely with (or without) her EVA suit ? :lol:
Looking at that pic, it looks like Lt. Ellen Ripley pretty much set the trend for female astronaut apparel.
Out of curiosity: Can you elaborate a bit? What's wrong with her looks in your opinion?