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Camelot 3: Habitability criteria space research and design studioAcknowledging the importance of human beings on a mission to Mars, the University of Puerto Rico studied both psychological and physiological aspects. Different conditions necessary for human health and well-being were considered. As a result, habitability criteria were developed. The criteria are as follows: personal identification; social interaction; unpredictable conditions; contact with nature; mental landscapes; privacy; equalitarian conditions; variety; functionality; sensory stimulation; music and environmental sound; stability and security; comfort; and sense of orientation.
Document ID
19940004531
Document Type
Conference Paper
Authors
Arroyo, F. (Puerto Rico Univ. San Juan., United States)
Budet, O. (Puerto Rico Univ. San Juan., United States)
Garcia, A. (Puerto Rico Univ. San Juan., United States)
Lee, J. (Puerto Rico Univ. San Juan., United States)
Lopez, R. (Puerto Rico Univ. San Juan., United States)
Lugo, R. (Puerto Rico Univ. San Juan., United States)
Mateo, A. (Puerto Rico Univ. San Juan., United States)
Mellado, R. (Puerto Rico Univ. San Juan., United States)
Mendez, H. (Puerto Rico Univ. San Juan., United States)
Ortiz, N. (Puerto Rico Univ. San Juan., United States)
Date Acquired
August 16, 2013
Publication Date
January 1, 1989
Publication Information
Publication: USRA, NASA(USRA University Advanced Design Program Fifth Annual Summer Conference
Subject Category
MAN/SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY AND LIFE SUPPORT
Distribution Limits
Public
Copyright
Work of the US Gov. Public Use Permitted.

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