HI-SEAS – Part 1- HAWAI SPACE EXPLORATION AND ANALOGUE SIMULATION

Podcast
Space Specials
  • SPACE_SPECIALS - HISEAS simulation
    33:01
audio
30:01 Min.
Space movies: between fact and fiction
audio
30:01 Min.
Testing to live. Being in space.
audio
30:01 Min.
Humans in space
audio
28:00 Min.
Habitats on moon and Mars built from local material
audio
28:01 Min.
Scale - how big is space
audio
28:00 Min.
Time dilation in space/flight
audio
28:01 Min.
Rituals of human space exploration
audio
28:00 Min.
Space Exploration through the lens of human activity and design for habitability
audio
27:48 Min.
Promise of Space Architecture
audio
30:00 Min.
HUMAN PERFORMANCE IN SPACE

Hi-SEAS is a NASA supported project and it is designed to test food preparation strategies for long-term space exploration. The investigation compares two different ways for astronauts to eat in long duration space missions: firstly, the food already being prepared and before consumption the crew just needs to add water and heat the meal and the other method used is similar to the one which the great explorers used in the 19th century, cook shelf-stable food.

Hi-SEAS is a cooperation of Cornell University and the University of Hawai

music contribution“Lonely planet“: © Markus Tatzer, René Waclavicek

 

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