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ASTRONAUT

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"When doctors assess the astronauts' health, they will give recommendation as to what kind of training they should get," said Boris Shavelev, lead engineer for the Prevent Care Measures at GCTC.
In the emergency simulation of the Russian segment in ISS, astronauts successfully passed the test of the failure of communications device, the oxygen supply system, power outages, the failure of fire detection systems, and how to deal with emergency situations.
(https://www.ibtimes.com/spacex-crew-dragon-astronaut-says-nasa-space-mission-messy-camping-trip-2798202) Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken , the NASA astronauts who have been selected to fly to and from the ISS aboard the Crew Dragon, were present at the event and served as the main subjects of the recovery drills.
Hazzaa Al Mansoori and Sultan Al Neyadi train at the European Astronaut Centre in Germany.
AlShaibani was briefed on the training during an introductory tour to the various training departments at EAC, where he was shown the latest technologies and advanced and highly efficient scientific equipment used to train the two astronauts.
"We are proud of the level that the astronauts have reached due to their huge effort and the support provided to them.
After manufacturing the Soyuz seats, the two astronauts will ensure that the sizes of the chairs are accurate, by sitting on them and experimenting several positions, as a necessary procedure to ensure the safety and comfort of the astronauts aboard their trip to the ISS.
When astronauts venture into black space, even the most minor tear or puncture can lead to a catastrophic leak in the spacesuit.
The sixty-year-old astronaut later explained himself in a radio programme by Dutch broadcasting network Nederlandse Omroep Stichting, "First you dial the 9 for an outside line, and then 011 for an international line.
RAH: One of the key aspects of the book is the psychological introspection by the astronauts on being in space, the simulation, and the impact of their choice on their immediate families.
The types of astronauts covered are pilots, maintenance engineers and payload scientists,' Yang said.