Sunday, 25 May 2014

How do astronauts scratch them when they have itching in space suit?

Astronauts are covered with 13 layer of various clothes and fibres. When they are in space station like ISS, they don't wear any special suit but when they have to do some repairs and changing in the artificial satellites they have to wear a 13 layered suit with a bulky pack on back. So, my question is , if they have itching anywhere on their body in the spacesuit, then how they scratch them ?
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  1. They would have to suffer it. Can you imagine on a space walk and an astronaut 's nose started to itch - he most certainly not going to take his helmet off nor smash his visor into a craft just to scratch. The early Mercury astronaut had to urinate in their suits, the Gemini astronauts did not fair any better and the Apollo astronauts had to wear pissy diapers which they could not change. Yes they suffered minor indignities and itches but hell that's what Heroes do

  2. This is a nightmare for astronauts.

  3. Really a big problem for astronauts...! Do you have any solution? Admin?

  4. not yet bro .but i try to solve this problem .

  5. i think A space suit is a garment worn to keep a human alive in the harsh environment of outer space, vacuum and temperature extremes.
    thats why the used to wear it


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