Astronaut Fashions


Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin’s socks are seen as Aldrin talks during a pre-show panel discussion about NASA’s next giant leap, on Saturday, July 19, 2014 at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts in Vienna, VA. The National Symphony Orchestra and the Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts in northern Virginia co-hosted the special panel session prior to the evenings performance of the score of 2001: A Space Odyssey. Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)
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Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin’s socks are seen as Aldrin talks during a pre-show panel discussion about NASA’s next giant leap, on Saturday, July 19, 2014 at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts in Vienna, VA. The National Symphony Orchestra and the Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts in northern Virginia co-hosted the special panel session prior to the evenings performance of the score of 2001: A Space Odyssey. Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)



It has been said that if Astronaut Fashions was an actual magazine, John Young would be the cover boy. There is the chance that I may have taken this idea too literally.

missionspecialist, you are literally a hero.
We go to print tomorrow.

It has been said that if Astronaut Fashions was an actual magazine, John Young would be the cover boy. There is the chance that I may have taken this idea too literally.

, you are literally a hero.

We go to print tomorrow.


spaceandstuffidk:

lightthiscandle:


(April 1970)—-Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan (right), backup crew commander of the Apollo 14 lunar landing mission, pours a scoop-full of sample material into a bag held by astronaut Joe H. Engle, Apollo 14 backup crew lunar module pilot. The two joined the prime crew members and other Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC) personnel on a training trip to various areas of Hawaii. Here in Kapoho, the two backup crew members for NASA’s next lunar landing mission are taking part in a full simulation of a traverse on the lunar surface. Note the check-list on Cernan’s left wrist. He carries a penetrometer in his belt. The terrain in this area bears many similarities to that on the lunar surface. (Photo credit: NASA)

Why, hello.

*Kramers through the door*
A GOOD POST.

Gene Cernan was the best roadie on the Aerosmith tour.
Sibilance. Ssibilance. View Larger

spaceandstuffidk:

lightthiscandle:

(April 1970)—-Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan (right), backup crew commander of the Apollo 14 lunar landing mission, pours a scoop-full of sample material into a bag held by astronaut Joe H. Engle, Apollo 14 backup crew lunar module pilot. The two joined the prime crew members and other Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC) personnel on a training trip to various areas of Hawaii. Here in Kapoho, the two backup crew members for NASA’s next lunar landing mission are taking part in a full simulation of a traverse on the lunar surface. Note the check-list on Cernan’s left wrist. He carries a penetrometer in his belt. The terrain in this area bears many similarities to that on the lunar surface. (Photo credit: NASA)

Why, hello.

*Kramers through the door*

A GOOD POST.

Gene Cernan was the best roadie on the Aerosmith tour.

Sibilance. Ssibilance.

(Source: Flickr / nasa2explore)