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Rent of space suits, different types, originals and replicas

 

Original space suits and high quality replicas for your space project, movies, events or advertising

Space flight exhibitions and rental

Space flight exhibitions and rental

 

Space history, life in space, equipment, models... Access a pool of more than 90,000 parts

Lectures by space travelers and space travel experts

Lectures by space travelers and space travel experts

 

Space travelers and other space travel experts reporting of the most extraordinary journey possible today


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Apollo Space Suit 1 "Used Look"

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Apollo Moon Landing NASA Space Suit, High Quality Replica - Suit, Shoes, Gloves, Helmet, Backpack - from 700 € / week

Apollo Space Suit 2

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Apollo Moon Landing NASA space suit, high quality replica - suit, shoes, gloves, helmet, backpack - from 900 € / week

Apollo Space Suit 3

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Apollo Moon Landing NASA space suit, high quality replica - suit, shoes, gloves, helmet, backpack - from 800 € / week

Space Shuttle Space Suit

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Space suit for the NASA Space Shuttle, high-quality replica, Hollywood movie prop - suit, gloves, helmet - from € 990 / week

Russian Sokol Space Suit

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Original Russian Sokol space suit, still in use for flights to and from the ISS - suit with integrated helmet - 750 € / week

NASA Mercury Space Suit

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True-to-life replica of NASA's Mercury program space suit - suit, helmet, gloves, shoes - € 700 / week

High-Altitude Flight Suit "Gagarin"

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Russian high-altitude flight suit VMSK-4, similar to the SK-1, which Gagarin wore - suit, helmet, gloves, shoes - 550 € / week

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Since I first described the large space mirror in 1923 in my book "The Rocket to the Planetary Spaces", much has been said and written about it, much right and even more wrong. ...

... More obvious and realistic, however, would be the exploitation of the possibility of artificially shading solar planets. For this purpose, one would build huge parasols that would be similar to my space mirror in construction, but of course much larger. ... On the moons of the outer planets, one could provide tolerable temperatures by using large space mirrors. ... Even our own moon could be habitable on a large scale. You would shade it with umbrellas during the day, illuminate with mirrors at night to create a shorter daytime rhythm. ...

Hermann Oberth. Man into Space. 1954

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Picture: Outright built large-scale installation of a space mirror. "Based on current plans and possibilities, a 100-kilometer-diameter mirror would cost around 1,000 billion marks." (Hermann Oberth, Man into Space 1954)