NASA has successfully tested a spacesuit created by new technologies designed to fly to the moon, phys.org writes.
According to the publication, field experiments were conducted in the Oregon Desert, the same place where astronauts tested space costumes in the 1960s. This area resembles the landscape of the Moon and Mars and was therefore chosen for experiments.
NASA plans to launch astronauts to the moon as part of the Artemis program by the end of the decade. As part of the mission, the first female astronaut will set foot on the moon.
With the help of modern spacesuits, astronauts can monitor a wide range of systems - energy, oxygen, water supply, location, space travel, time remaining, and other essential data.