Exo-Skeleton: Integrity: 100%
Joint Articulation: 100%
Hermetic Seals: 100%
Gamma Radiation Shielding: Active
Fuel Cells: tickety-boo
Much to your dismay life in space is very short and extremely painful. The Commander spacesuit is your only hope of lasting more than a few minutes in the cold, dark, empty vastness of space.
Your deepspace armour is really a mini
space-station with all the life support systems and amenities you will require to fulfill your mission.
A. Helmet heat shield-[Good for bad hair days].
B. Solar-panels. Auto Sun Tracking Active.
C. Backpack with a micro refrigeration unit.
D. Glove interface-diagnostics: Always on hand.
E. Suction boots for zero gravity spaceships.
F Crash Bar with headphones.
G. Head-Up Display [HUD].
H. Carbon-weave rigid body form panels.
I. Flexiweave joint material.
J. Reinforced high point loading bearing joints.
Dry-Clean Only. Drip Dry: No Ironing required.
Your window into an unknown Universe.
The helmet assembly carries all the sensing equipment, from audio receivers, optical equipment, and interface readout panel.
The brain canister keeps your brain safe whilst the stereoscopic optical cameras feed information from your eyes to your brain.
The optical information from the cluster pods on either side of your helmet whether infrared, night-vision, thermal or simply digital optical magnification can be easily viewed on the voice-activated HUD [Head-Up-Display] visor.
The fully flexible face chassis allows a perfect fit for any selfie male or female, made from medical-grade polymers.
The entire cranium assembly is secured to a strong yet flexible synthetic spinal cord structure which carries all the cable management systems-power, data, audio, video, etc.
Your space mittens don't simply keep your hands warm in the super-sub zero temperatures of space.
Any pair of 'danny-warmers' can do that!
The back of the gloves carry all the diagnostic information you need to know at all times those little things that keep you alive-Oxygen levels, Power levels, Hydration and core temperature. Occasionally they may indicate where the nearest burger bar is.