A new spacesuit designed for astronauts hoping to go to the moon has been demonstrated in Texas.
NASA awarded Houston-based Axiom Space a $228.5 million contract to equip the first moon landing in more than 50 years.
The space agency aims to send two astronauts to the lunar south pole as early as the end of 2025.
Axiom Space lead engineer Jim Stein can squat and twist the suit at the waist, designing it to be more flexible than before.
While the finished product is white, the suit on display is black to reflect heat and keep future moon rovers cool.
It also offers extra protection from the harsh lunar environment and is available in a variety of sizes.
The company says it plans to make a version available for NASA training purposes later this summer.
The final version will be different, the company said.