Pressure Suit, A7-L, Bean, Apollo 12, Flown
- Alan L. Bean
- ILC Industries Inc.
- This spacesuit was worn by Alan Bean during the Apollo 12 mission in which he was the Lunar Module Pilot. The mission was the second of the lunar landing missions, and landed two men on the Moon on November 19, 1969.
- The spacesuit was made by the International Latex Corporation, with the designation A-7L, and was constructed in the EV configuration. When combined with the portable life support system and other components making up the extravehicular mobility unit, it weighed approximately 180 pounds here on Earth.
- Transferred to the National Air and Space Museum from NASA in 1971.
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- Transferred from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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- PERSONAL EQUIPMENT-Pressure Suits
- Overall - beta cloth, rubber, nylon, plastic
- Connectors - aluminum (red, blue)
- Neck ring - aluminum
- Wrist locking rings - aluminum (red, blue)
- Overall: 5ft 6in. x 2ft 8in. x 11in. (167.64 x 81.3 x 27.9cm)
- Country of Origin
- United States of America
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- National Air and Space Museum
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