Life On Mars: The space-suit that’s being tested in a most unlikely spot The Daily Mail

A manned mission to Mars may still be more science fiction than science fact, but that hasn’t stopped a team of scientists from developing the perfect space suit for the first astronauts to set for on the Red Planet’s dusty surface.
Martian temperatures can plummet to 113 degrees below freezing, so the first men (or women) on Mars will need to wrap up warm.
The Austrian Airspace Forum, who are developing the suit, luckily have a suitably frosty testing environment right on their doorstep: ice tunnels beneath the Kaunertaler Glacier.
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