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NASA’s New Moon-Bound Space Suits Will Get a Boost From AI
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NASA’s New Moon-Bound Space Suits Will Get a Boost From AI

Published: June 29, 2020  |  5 min read, 947 words
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ago, NASA unveiled its that will be worn by astronauts when they return to the moon in 2024 as part of the agency’s . The Extravehicular Mobility Unit—or xEMU—is NASA’s first major upgrade to its space suit in nearly 40 years and is designed to make life easier for astronauts who will spend a lot of time . It will allow them to bend and stretch in ways they couldn’t before, easily don and doff the suit, swap out components for a better fit, and go months without making a repair.But the biggest improvements weren’t on display at the suit’s unveiling last fall. Instead, they’re hidden away in... READ MORE
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