Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:25 UTC
Hello and welcome to the Space Health Hazards Forum! The topic discussed here is all about Human Factors in a Spaceflight Program. It may involve but is not limited to Select out and select in of spaceflight participants Aptitude criteria Protective criteria Training Hazards Countermeasures Education Human power Preventive program Risk management Medical and psychological support Behavior and Human performance Spaceflight experience and share Let's have constructive and discerning exchanges together along with fun and friendlyness!
Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:25 UTC
I think the biggest transition in terms of Human Factors will be when the station transitions from ground based administration and support to self sufficient. THAT's when we'll start to see more interesting Human Factors start coming up.
Oct 26, 01 / Nov 2, 17 23:01 UTC

Completely uneducated in any of the related topics so don't mind me if this is ridiculous, but since our brains use electricity and magnetic fields in the body I would assume earths field interact/stabilizes/whatever with our own - is it possible that as we leave earth's range we may ...

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Oct 26, 01 / Nov 2, 17 23:01 UTC

Completely uneducated in any of the related topics so don't mind me if this is ridiculous, but since our brains use electricity and magnetic fields in the body I would assume earths field interact/stabilizes/whatever with our own - is it possible that as we leave earth's range we may ...

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Dec 12, 01 / Dec 14, 17 21:19 UTC

I to am uneducated but I read an article and one of the side effects was that a certain part of our brain shrunk. You could look up long term affects in outerspace ? I read it through science alert. Although there's a lot more studying to be done ...

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