Constant Wear Garment, Collins, Apollo 11

This constant wear garment was worn by astronaut Michael Collins during the Apollo 11 mission in July, 1969. It was transferred to the National Air and Space Museum from NASA in 1970.

The garment was worn under the inflight coverall garment or alone during non-critical portions of the mission. It was made of cotton knit, with snap buttons up the front, and openings through which the biosensors could be passed.

Transferred to the national Air and Space Museum from NASA.

Transferred from NASA - Johnson Space Center

Country of Origin
United States of America

Manufacturer
Atlas Underwear Corporation
Astronaut
Michael Collins

Type
PERSONAL EQUIPMENT-Undergarments

Materials
Overall: cotton knit, cotton woven fabric, elastic, plastic
Name tag - polyester
Snaps - copper alloy, chrome plating
Dimensions
Other: 67 1/8 x 28 9/16 x 3/4 in. (170.5 x 72.5 x 1.9cm)

This constant wear garment was worn by astronaut Michael Collins during the Apollo 11 mission in July, 1969. It was transferred to the National Air and Space Museum from NASA in 1970.

The garment was worn under the inflight coverall garment or alone during non-critical portions of the mission. It was made of cotton knit, with snap buttons up the front, and openings through which the biosensors could be passed.

Transferred to the national Air and Space Museum from NASA.

Transferred from NASA - Johnson Space Center

Country of Origin
United States of America

Manufacturer
Atlas Underwear Corporation
Astronaut
Michael Collins

Type
PERSONAL EQUIPMENT-Undergarments

Materials
Overall: cotton knit, cotton woven fabric, elastic, plastic
Name tag - polyester
Snaps - copper alloy, chrome plating
Dimensions
Other: 67 1/8 x 28 9/16 x 3/4 in. (170.5 x 72.5 x 1.9cm)

ID: A19980013000