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Anyone can try to make a spacesuit. Only ours have been to the moon.
ILC Dover has been the primary supplier of spacesuits for NASA since the dawn of Apollo. In the 50 years since then, we’ve strived for continuous innovation and improvement. NASA’s astronauts aboard the International Space Station are wearing ILC Dover spacesuits for extravehicular activities.
Our spacesuits have been worn during 250 space flights, six moon landings, and over 3,000 hours of spacewalks without a single failure—a record unmatched by any other spacesuit company in the universe.
Spacesuits by ILC Dover
Launch, Entry, and Abort (LEA)
Protects travelers during mission-critical stages of traveling into space and returning to earth’s atmosphere.Learn More
Extravehicular Activity (EVA)
Protects astronauts when outside the spacecraft: floating in space performing maintenance and science missions.Learn More
Planetary Exploration Suits
Protects astronauts’ exploring the surface of the Moon and Mars and building and maintaining space stations and planetary habitats.Learn More
Why Spacesuits from ILC Dover?
Our extensive history in world-renowned spacesuit programs, including Apollo, Skylab, Space Shuttle, ISS, Constellation, and now commercial, has kept our team at the forefront of spacesuit design, technique, and safety.
- Mobility joint design
- Human interface
- Material development
- Fabrication and test technique
- Quality procedure
No Matter the Suit.
No Matter the Purpose.
ILC Dover Protects.
- Building and maintaining space stations
- Launching to low earth orbit and beyond
- Exploring the surface of the Moon and Mars
- Suborbital exploration
“We’re not waiting for the future of space flight to come to us. We’re already in 2030.”
President, Space and Engineered Solutions, ILC Dover