Even astronauts are looking to lessen the load in their carry-on luggage these days, and University of Texas at Austin aerospace engineering alumnus Terry Hill is helping them pack a little lighter. As engineering project manager for the Constellation Space Suit System at NASA, Hill is head of the team designing a new versatile spacesuit that can adapt to whatever function is necessary.
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Published: May 12, 2010
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