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These tires and the food and space suit that the mannequin is wearing were actually on a space craft that went into outer space! This is what the Astronauts eat while in Space. It’s not very appetizing but it is nourishing.

How much do you weigh in Outer Space? I bet it’s a lot less than you weigh on earth with gravity constantly pushing down on you.

Posted March 26, 2015
Categories: Current Exhibits, Exhibits
Tags: Astronaut, NASA, Outer Space, Space, Suit

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