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29th Apr '18 8:54:48 AM costanton11
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** The Star Trek films often have this, on the few occasions when the crew goes out in space suits, such as Spock's thruster-suit in StarTrekTheMotionPicture or the team of Picard, Worf, and Lt. Hawk in ''Film/StarTrekFirstContact'', including the view of Lt. Hawk's fully [[YouWillBeAssimilated Borgified face]].

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** The Star Trek films often have this, on the few occasions when the crew goes out in space suits, such as Spock's thruster-suit in StarTrekTheMotionPicture ''Film/StarTrekTheMotionPicture'' or the team of Picard, Worf, and Lt. Hawk in ''Film/StarTrekFirstContact'', including the view of Lt. Hawk's fully [[YouWillBeAssimilated Borgified face]].
4th Mar '18 3:09:51 PM nombretomado
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** The Star Trek films often have this, on the few occasions when the crew goes out in space suits, such as Spock's thruster-suit in StarTrekTheMotionPicture or the team of Picard, Worf, and Lt. Hawk in StarTrekFirstContact, including the view of Lt. Hawk's fully [[YouWillBeAssimilated Borgified face]].

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** The Star Trek films often have this, on the few occasions when the crew goes out in space suits, such as Spock's thruster-suit in StarTrekTheMotionPicture or the team of Picard, Worf, and Lt. Hawk in StarTrekFirstContact, ''Film/StarTrekFirstContact'', including the view of Lt. Hawk's fully [[YouWillBeAssimilated Borgified face]].
30th Jan '18 11:20:30 AM StFan
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* +95% averted in ''Manga/{{Planetes}}''. Spacesuits have faceplates with integrated {{HUD}}s, and are almost always lowered to protect against unfiltered sunlight and debris impacts. If you see a character's face in a spacesuit, it's a CloseupOnHead. People raise their faceplates only to identify themselves to each other - or so they can see each other's faces during [[RuleOfDrama dramatic arguments]].

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* +95% averted in ''Manga/{{Planetes}}''. Spacesuits have faceplates with integrated {{HUD}}s, and are almost always lowered to protect against unfiltered sunlight and debris impacts. If you see a character's face in a spacesuit, it's a CloseupOnHead. People raise their faceplates only to identify themselves to each other - -- or so they can see each other's faces during [[RuleOfDrama dramatic arguments]].



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* Subverted in ''Comicbook/JudgeDredd''. Any time Dredd wears a spacesuit, hazmat suit or PoweredArmour, that is usually transparent.......except he still wears his regular helmet underneath.

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* Subverted in ''Comicbook/JudgeDredd''. ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd''. Any time Dredd wears a spacesuit, hazmat suit or PoweredArmour, that is usually transparent.......transparent... except he still wears his regular helmet underneath.



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6th Sep '17 8:09:52 AM Rday
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* ''Series/{{Airwolf}}'' does something very similar with the crew's helmets, although it's not in space. The helmets have no face plates, which might cause a problem if the windows ever shattered. They have visors, but they're only used for firing certain weapons.

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* ''Series/{{Airwolf}}'' does something very similar with the crew's helmets, although it's not in space. The helmets have no face plates, which might cause a problem if the windows ever shattered. They have visors, open visors that can be sealed in case of pressure loss, but they're only used for firing certain weapons.are normally open to allow the actor's eyes to be seen, though the helmets do cover the actors' lower faces.
12th Aug '17 3:35:47 PM JackG
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* Averted in ''Film/{{Sunshine}}'', where the suits have only a narrow viewing slit, but substituting claustrophobic shots of the actors from within the bulk helmets.

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* Averted in ''Film/{{Sunshine}}'', ''Film/{{Sunshine}}'' where the suits have only a narrow viewing slit, slit (because they have to operate [[BlindedByTheLight close to the Sun]]) but substituting claustrophobic shots of the actors from within the bulk bulky helmets.
21st Jun '17 6:24:52 AM NNinja
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* Completely subverted in ''VisualNovel/VirtuesLastReward''. Whenever we see a character in [[spoiler:what turns out to be]] space suits [[spoiler:on the moon]], we can't see their face, or who the person in the suit is at all. Players and the character can only tell who's who thanks to the communication line between the suits. There's one scene in which one character is about to smash another over the head with a rock, both of whom are in space suits, and Sigma specifics that he can't tell who's who because of the suits.

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* Completely subverted averted in ''VisualNovel/VirtuesLastReward''. Whenever we see a character in [[spoiler:what turns out to be]] space suits [[spoiler:on the moon]], we can't see their face, or who the person in the suit is at all. Players and the character can only tell who's who thanks to the communication line between the suits. There's one scene in which one character is about to smash another over the head with a rock, both of whom are in space suits, and Sigma specifics that he can't tell who's who because of the suits.
10th Jun '17 7:13:16 AM JackG
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* ''Series/{{Farscape}}'' did't put the cast in spacesuits much, but when they did they had transparent visors but avoided the silly lights.

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* ''Series/{{Farscape}}'' did't didn't put the cast in spacesuits much, but when they did they had transparent visors but avoided the silly lights.
10th Jun '17 7:13:00 AM JackG
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** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS36E5Oxygen "Oxygen"]]: The spacesuit helmets have clear glass visors, although the Doctor, Bill and Nardole's encounter with an [[AnimatedArmour empty suit animated by its AI]] suggests it's possible to darken the visors.

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** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS36E5Oxygen "Oxygen"]]: The spacesuit helmets have clear glass visors, although the Doctor, Bill and Nardole's encounter with an [[AnimatedArmour empty suit animated by its AI]] suggests it's possible to darken the visors. Although they have the usual lights inside, individual helmet forcefields are used to prevent the actors having to spend the entire episode inside a helmet. {{Handwave}}d as the forcefields not being substantial enough to withstand a total vacuum, so you only need them outside the space station.
18th May '17 10:25:22 AM fdsa1234567890
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* ''Series/TheExpanse'' does this as well. Even the Martian helmets in season 1 that block most of the face have this trait, with the eyes lighting up. Though it does give them a more [[GasMaskMooks sinister look]], which actually [[ArmiesAreEvil fits quite nicely]]. In season 2, when main characters wear Martian armor, it follows this trait exactly.
14th May '17 9:48:04 PM AthenaBlue
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* ''Film/TwelveToTheMoon'' tries to get round this trope with a ForcefieldDoor that is allegedly covering the astronauts open-face helmets.
-->'''Astronaut:''' I am now turning on my invisible electromagnetic rayscreen...\\
'''[[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 MST3K]]:''' Even I don't buy it.\\
'''Astronaut:''' ...which forms a protective shield over our faces...\\
'''[=MST3K=]:''' [[SarcasmMode Of course it does.]]



** Justified as well--the light emitted by his HUD provides just enough to see his face by in the extreme closeups.

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** Justified as well--the well -- the light emitted by his HUD provides just enough to see his face by in the extreme closeups.



* ''Film/TwelveToTheMoon'' tries to get round this trope with a ForcefieldDoor that is allegedly covering the astronauts open-face helmets.
-->'''Astronaut:''' I am now turning on my invisible electromagnetic rayscreen...
-->'''[[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 MST3K]]:''' Even I don't buy it.
-->'''Astronaut:''' ...which forms a protective shield over our faces...
-->'''[=MST3K=]:''' [[SarcasmMode Of course it does.]]


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** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS36E5Oxygen "Oxygen"]]: The spacesuit helmets have clear glass visors, although the Doctor, Bill and Nardole's encounter with an [[AnimatedArmour empty suit animated by its AI]] suggests it's possible to darken the visors.
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