bioastronautics


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bi·o·as·tro·nau·tics

(bī'ō-as-trō-naw'tiks),
The study of the effects of space travel and space habitation on living organisms.

bioastronautics

(bī′ō-ăs′trə-nô′tĭks)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
The study of the biological and medical effects of space flight on living organisms.

bi′o·as′tro·nau′ti·cal adj.

bioastronautics

[-as′trōnôt′iks]
the science dealing with the biological aspects of space travel.

bioastronautics

(bī″ō-ăs″trō-naw′tĭks)
The study of the effects of space travel on living plants and animals.
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Such wingless, ballistic shapes had the advantage of simplicity, but serious disadvantages if anything other than basic bioastronautics was the goal.
49) This idea recurred when bioastronautics requirements firmed up in 1960.
2 in the Executive Summary of The National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Bioastronautics Roadmap: "How to support the extensive behavioral research program that would be necessary to validate processes or countermeasures such as select-in/select-out criteria (both for individual crew members and for a composite crew), issues related to cultural diversity, crew interactions, and isolation or stress-induced hazards.
Under the Bioastronautics Contract, Wyle provides medical operations, ground and flight research, space flight hardware development and fabrication, science and mission integration for flight, and habitability and environmental factors in support of the Space Shuttle, International Space Station, Constellation and Human Research programs.
Stodieck's primary focus is in bioastronautics, specifically life sciences space flight experimentation, gravitational biology, and cardiovascular physiology
At NASA's new Bioastronautics Exhibit at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, visitors will soon be able to lead their own virtual space station tours by commanding a computer with a series of simple hand gestures.