NASA Creates Unintentional Art While Testing Space Suits
In the days before computer modeling, testing, and digital everything else, NASA had to come up with some pretty clever solutions to test and record results for their multitude of space programs. Using long exposures and creative light setups, they were able to record the results of their testing on their most technologically advanced space suits. And the result?
A somewhat eerie, yet beautifully artistic series of photographs that depict space suits being bent and contorted every which way. Where can I order huge prints of these for my apartment? I’d buy a couple in a heartbeat.
These are all from the San Diego Air and Space Museum’s flickr stream, which is an incredible comprehensive library of images all things space and aviation related. Thousands upon thousands of images are cataloged from the early 1900s to the present day. If you’re bored at work, looking for a productivity killer, or just fascinated by historically significant photos, they’ve got you covered.
And yep, you saw correctly – that’s a golf club being swung! You know, for science!