Always (always!), the moment one of my books is published, I come across information that I wish I’d included.
Case in point: 50 Underwear Questions is printed and shipped. And check this out — the first spacesuits were sewn by Playtex seamstresses. They needed women who could sew 1/64-inch seam allowances, without pins.
An interesting space tidbit that is in the book: NASA scientists are working to find a practical way to use cotton-eating bacteria. Then, when astronauts’ underwear gets dirty, they can feed it to the bugs.