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Habitability in long-term space missionsThe research (both in progress and completed) conducted for the U.S. Space Station in relation to the crew habitability and crew productivity is discussed. Methods and tasks designed to increase the data base of the man/system information are described. The particular research areas discussed in this paper include human productivity, on-orbit maintenance, vewing requirements, fastener types, and crew quarters. This information (along with data obtained on human interaction with command/control work station, anthropometic factors, crew equipment, galley/wardroom, restraint systems, etc) will be integrated into the common data base for the purpose of assisting the design of the Space Station and other future manned space missions.
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Legacy CDMS
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Conference Paper
Mount, Frances E.
(NASA Johnson Space Center Houston, TX, United States)
Date Acquired
August 13, 2013
Publication Date
January 1, 1987
Subject Category
Man/System Technology And Life Support
Meeting Information
Meeting: Human Factors Society, Annual Meeting
Location: New York, NY
Country: United States
Start Date: October 19, 1987
End Date: October 23, 1987
Sponsors: AHS
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