Matt Wolf Adventures. Just a moment, thank you.
The space suit always reminded me of the activity that a four-year-old youngster is put through when his mother or father dresses him in a very
heavy snowsuit. Your mother doesn't bundle you up but your shipmates do. They put you in the space suit, oftentimes with a pat on the head and a butter cookie for good luck. Then they put the helmet on the top, snap it
into place, and from that moment on you float in the suit. You don't stand on the boots. From time to time your toes will touch the boots, but your head will bob up against the helmet. You are floating in this cocoon, and
you float out through the hatch. Using the controls, you can maneuver yourself away from the mother ship. You are orbiting the Earth as surely as the Moon orbits the Earth, and you are yourself a satellite.
Joseph Allen, USA