Authentic  Russian Strizh / Buran Space Suit
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A fully complete
Strizh / Buran Space Suit

This suit was used by cosmonauts training to fly the Buran Space Shuttle.

This is an authentic piece
of Russian space history.

    The Strizh full-pressure suit was originally developed for the Russian Buran Space Shuttle. The suit protected cosmonauts during ejection from the spacecraft at altitudes up to 30 km and speeds of up to Mach 3. The suits were olive colored nylon canvas with silver trim and a rubberized cloth inner lining. It also had an attached pressurized hood with a hinged visor securing it to an anodized aluminum flange.  The Trussed sleeves have adjustable articulating cables in the  upper arms. A support sling wrapping from chest to back by means of  webbed belts and a metal harness. The suit also has pleated knees and a pressure gauge on the left sleeve. There is a pressure equalization valve on the chest. The gloves are detachable and has rubber fingers and leather palms. Several utility pockets are on the thighs. These were designed for a folding knife, Makarov pistol, extra magazine and other survival gear. The suit has a Double V-front zipper closure. There is also umbilical life support interfaces for electrical, air and coolant lines with attached cables, hoses and pin connectors
The Strizh Spacesuit and the ejection seat were tested during the ascent of a Soyuz booster in a series of five Progress launches
(Progress 38 through 42) in 1988-1990.
Here is a back
view of the suit.

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