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On Star Trek, no one ever transports directly into space, which is why they wear baggy T-shirts that wouldn’t ward off a spring chill. Real astronauts have to guard against unearthly temperature extremes, radiation, and space’s near-perfect vacuum. In “Star Trek Fiction vs. Space Flight Reality,” space fashion expert Lillian Kozloski of the museum’s Department of Space History compares TV and movie space gear to actual NASA garb. At 10 a.m. at the National Air & Space Museum’s Einstein Planetarium, 6th & Independence Ave. SW. FREE. (202) 357-2700. (Greg Kitsock)