World-traveling renaissance woman Vanna Bonta, who has the most tirelessly tenacious press agent, has designed the 2suit, a kind of coverall with Velcro strips, zippers, and a diaphanous lining that come apart is such a way as to allow for nauts, both astro and cosmo, to have intimate relations in the weightless environment we call space. We’re guessing the secret is in the diaphanous lining. “Sex in space is not just a good idea, it’s survival,” says Bonta, a writer whose novel, Flight, is all about space travel, romance, and quantum physics. We bring this up because back in April, 2004, Bonta hung out with would-be spaceman Lance Bass at a celebration in LA honoring cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin’s 1961 orbit around Earth, and two years later Bass is over the moon himself. Small world.