LIVE 🔴 NASA Seamstresses Are Out of this World! 🌎 | SEWING REPORT

A team of seamstresses at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California work to make various items for spacecrafts. FROM NASA: Meet a ‘Spacecraft Dressmaker’ Lien Pham sometimes thinks of herself as a “spacecraft dressmaker.” She’s been making thermal blankets at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California, for 16 years. Just as clothing can be sewn too tight or too loose, thermal blankets — the glinting material each spacecraft is wrapped in to regulate its temperature — have to be cut to form. A thermal blanket has to provide just the right amount of heat — not too much and not too little — for the spacecraft to operate correctly. Pham is a member of Flight Technicians Services, a group at JPL that contributes to all stages of spacecraft assembly. Her partic

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