Space Shuttle astronauts experience strange objects in space
Astronauts Steve Smith and Mark Lee discuss their experiences in space. This video occured when they were servicing the Hubble telescope.
posted on 17-12-2006
Why dont they just fit head cams onto the shuttle suits? I mean those suits were designed in the 60's and they are ancient compared to what they can
do now. I mean the big Micheline Man costume is not required anymore. They can space suits that are smaller, more safe and easier to work in.
I think a small CCD camera on the top of the visor would cost no more than $100 each and have live head cams working. That would give the operators
and engineers on the ground live images and they would be able to see and hear what the astronauts are doing. This would require less training on the
ground and give the astronauts more confidence.
These flashes also could be caught on camera and explained better!