When you're a famous astronaut, anything you touch basically turns to space gold. And then people make replicas of the things that you've touched, because those, too, are pretty close to space gold. Right? I think that's how it works. These mismatched gloves are 3-D printed replicas of a glove worn by European Space Agency astronaut Hans Schlegel during a 2008 spacewalk, made at the ESA's technology center in the Netherlands. The little baby glove on the left (hanging out near France) is a tenth of the original glove's size. The one on the right is to scale.