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Habitability during long-duration space missions - Key issues associated with a mission to MarsIsolation and confinement conditions similar to those of a long-duration mission to Mars are examined, focusing on 14 behavioral issues with design implications. Consideration is given to sleep, clothing, exercise, medical support, personal hygiene, food preparation, group interaction, habitat aesthetics, outside communications, recreational opportunities, privacy, waste disposal, onboard training, and the microgravity environment. The results are used to develop operational requirements and habitability design guidelines for interplanetary spacecraft.
Stuster, Jack (Anacapa Sciences, Inc. Santa Barbara, CA, United States)
August 14, 2013
January 1, 1989
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