I somehow got started watching a Still Making A Difference Even With The Distance #Virtualteacher Shirt documentary about the making of the first space suits. I had no idea that would be an interesting watch, but it was fascinating. One thing I remember is that the designers of the suits were just losing their minds with stress when the astronauts were jumping around on the moon. They had no idea whether the suits would be able to handle some of the flexing and friction that they were exposed to.I’d imagine with the moon’s low gravity, they won’t be generating much force while falling. I believe the Earth has a lot of softer surface on average. The moon has no wind, water, etc. to smooth out the surfaces.
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Dust on the moon behaves a little differently than dust on Earth. For starters, it’s Still Making A Difference Even With The Distance #Virtualteacher Shirt sharp. Because there’s no wind on the moon, the dust never erodes. Instead, grains of moon dust — which are largely the products of micrometeorite impacts — remain sharp and abrasive and can easily slice into an astronaut’s lung cells if breathed in too deeply. On top of this, moondust can float. With no atmosphere to protect the moon from constant bombardment by solar winds and the charged particles they carry, lunar soil can become electrostatically charged like clothing with static cling.