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NASA’s Next Space Suit

Dan Barry, vice president and director of research and development at Worcester, MA-based David Clark Company, demonstrates the company’s early prototype of the Constellation space suit, NASA’s next suit for travel to the moon, Mars and beyond. The company is designing the new space suit in partnership with Houston-based Oceaneering International, who was awarded a $500 million contract from NASA.
January 25, 2010

Dan Barry, vice president and director of research and development at Worcester, MA-based David Clark Company, demonstrates the company’s early prototype of the Constellation space suit, NASA’s next suit for travel to the moon, Mars and beyond. The company is designing the new space suit in partnership with Houston-based Oceaneering International, who was awarded a $500 million contract from NASA.

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