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Living and Working in Space; IAA Man in Space Symposium, 9th, Cologne, Federal Republic of Germany, June 17-21, 1991, Selection of PapersThe present symposium on living and working in space encompasses the physiological responses of humans in space and biomedical support for the conditions associated with space travel. Specific physiological issues addressed include cerebral and sensorimotor functions, effects on the cardiovascular and respiratory system, musculoskeletal system, body fluid, hormones and electrolytes, and some orthostatic hypotension mechanisms as countermeasures. The biomedical support techniques examined include selection training, and care, teleoperation and artificial intelligence, robotic automation, bioregenerative life support, and toxic hazard risks in space habitats. Also addressed are determinants of orientation in microgravity, the hormonal control of body fluid metabolism, integrated human-machine intelligence in space machines, and material flow estimation in CELSS.
Document ID
19920067527
Document Type
Other - Journal Issue
Authors
Klein, Karl E. (DLR, Institut fuer Flugmedizin, Cologne Federal Republic of Germany, United States)
Contant, Jean-Michel (IAA; Aerospatiale Les Mureaux, France)
Date Acquired
August 15, 2013
Publication Date
July 1, 1992
Publication Information
Publication: Acta Astronautica
Volume: 27
ISSN: 0094-5765
Subject Category
MAN/SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY AND LIFE SUPPORT
Distribution Limits
Public
Copyright
Other

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