bioastronautics


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bioastronautics

[¦bī·ō‚as·trə′nȯd·iks]
(biology)
The study of biological, behavioral, and medical problems pertaining to astronautics.
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These bioastronautics research programs aimed at the minimum requirements to put humans in space and return them safely to Earth.
NASA's Bioastronautics Roadmap addresses areas of risk associated with long-duration spaceflight and proposes interventions ("countermeasures") to address or overcome them (10).
Early this year, in a document called a Bioastronautics Roadmap, NASA described the health risks of long-duration space travel.
Upon completion, the students presented their plans to the presentation evaluators, Scott Smith and Don Hagan, researchers with NASA's Office of Bioastronautics at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX.
Lisa Reed, an adjunct professor at Webster University in Space Bioastronautics, trained Collins and other crewmembers at the Johnson Space Center in Houston for the 1999 STS-93 mission, saying, "NASA did a good job.
They have been replaced with courses like assertiveness training for corporate tigers, bioastronautics or how to have fun while filling out purchase requisition forms.
Selected by NASA's Prime Bioastronautics contractor, Wyle, Paragon's backup and disaster recovery software, Hard Disk Manager (HDM) 11 Professional now orbits the Earth on the International Space Station.