HOUSTON—Advanced digital modeling of the human form that incorporates 3D and motion body scans holds great promise for the design and development of new generations of spacesuits, according to Bonnie Dunbar, a retired five-time NASA space shuttle astronaut Dunbar leads an effort she describes as “a bit science fiction” to improve the fit and mobility of the garments at the Texas A&M University Aerospace Human Systems Laboratory (AHSL). The effort is intended to ...

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