A Feitian space suit (Chinese: 飞天航天服; pinyin: Fēitiān Hángtiān Fù) is a Chinese spacesuit that was developed for the Shenzhou 7. Taikonaut Zhai Zhigang wore it during China's first-ever extra-vehicular activity (EVA) on 27 September 2008. Similarly, taikonaut Liu Boming also wore the Feitian space suit and assisted Zhai in the process.
The Feitian spacesuit was modelled after the Orlan-M spacesuit developed by Russia. The two are similar in shape and volume and are designed for spacewalks of up to seven hours, providing oxygen and allowing for the excretion of bodily waste.
The suit is reported to have cost $US4.4 million, and weighs 120 kg (260 lb). The name Fēi tiān literally and separately means "flying" and "sky" in Mandarin. It is a reference to the apsara, translated as feitian, or the "flying deva", in Chinese, and most famously depicted in Chinese art in the grottoes of Dunhuang. Images of the feitian from Dunhuang appear on the arm badge of the space suit.