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The Star-Lord Armor allows the wearer to survive in the absolute zero, vacuum of space. The suit is able to travel through space under its own power. The suit provides the wearer a personal energy shield for protection.[citation needed]

Alternate Reality Versions

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Peter Quill (Earth-199999) from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (film) 001.jpg

Marvel Cinematic Universe Earth-199999

In Earth-199999, Star-Lord possesses a helmet capable of retracting down into a removable earpiece. The helmet allows for users to survive in the vacuum of space providing both an oxygen supply and pressure support. The helmet also provides various detailed visual displays.
Guardians of the Galaxy
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Marvel Avengers Academy Earth-TRN562

In Earth-TRN562, the Star-Lord Armor was created in response to Star-Lord joining the Avengers Academy. Star-Lord asked Wasp to create an outfit that would grant him respect from his fellow students. She designed the suit to look like a uniform and have a "mean-looking helmet."
Marvel Avengers Academy
Peter Quill (Earth-TRN884) from Marvel Future Revolution 002.png

Xandearth Earth-TRN884

In Earth-TRN884, Peter Quill joined the Nova Corps. As a result, his Star-Lord appearance mixed the Star-Lord Armor with Xandearth technology. As his helmet was an amalgamation of his usual headgear and a Nova Corps helmet, Peter had access to the Nora Force and to the Xandarian Worldmind.
Marvel Future Revolution
Peter Quill (Squad 62) (Earth-TRN883) from Marvel Future Revolution 002.png

Unknown Reality Earth-Unknown

In an Unknown Reality, Peter Quill wore a variation on the armor worn by his Earth-616 counterpart during the Annihilation War. The armor was primarily black rather than blue, most of the lines were yellow, and the logo and the color on the helmet were bright orange. There was red on the belt, underneath the black gloves, and on the some of the lines. On the shoulders were yellow versions of the logo, with the rest of the line being alternating yellow and black arrows. And instead of regular boots, they included rocket proportion on the distal side.
Marvel Future Revolution

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