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Mission STS-51-L, Challenger (OV-099) on 28 January 1986, the space shuttle Columbia the first space exploring disaster which causes the death of 7 astronauts, is the death of the astronauts worth it? Many people around the world are sacrificing themselves in order to explore space. Most people are looking at the sky above and start wondering what is behind it while their earth is literally calling for help, is there anything special about space that could overwhelm people about the...
INTRODUCTION The aim of this research paper is to evaluate, the critical areas related to, ‘The effects of competing risks on astronauts and cosmonauts.’ In above mentioned research which is a part of the area for the study in, Life Sciences in Space Research, it has been mentioned about the effects for the lives of our spaceman researchers. I have structured this research paper as following sub topics research method, motivation, problems, solution suggested, main contribution, identifying clarity. RESEARCH METHOD...
The most intelligent thing we find in space is our own astronauts. Do extraterrestrials exist? The answer is no they do not. After years of research, theories, and hope, no conclusive evidence has been found. What we have discovered so far, the fact that space is so deadly, and there are no radio transmissions from space, leads us to believe that they don’t exist, so why do we still hold out hope? There truly is no intelligent life outside our...
Have you ever wanted to go to a different planet? Have you ever wondered if going to a different planet is even necessary at all? Throughout the 20th century, our views of life on another planet has changed drastically. This essay will argue that a mission to Mars is not mandatory and instead dangerous. Because there are many risk like a virus being brought to Earth. Ethical issues like money. Therefore, astronauts should not go to Mars. If scientist decide...
Abstract Health risks associated with long term space flight are generally categorised into two main causes: reduced gravity and space radiation. The current numbers of astronauts, either retired or current, is often not sufficient to form conclusive suggestions. Overall, there is very detailed analysis of the functional risks to the body outside of low Earth orbit and for long term loss of normal gravitational forces. However, there is a disparity in countermeasures to protect astronauts embarking on long term missions,...