HI-SEAS – Part 3 – HAWAI SPACE EXPLORATION AND ANALOGUE SIMULATION

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Space Specials
  • RO_Space Sepcials Hi-SEAS III sendung
    27:00
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Reciprocities: the earth - space continuum
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Of spacesuits and other "dress codes" for space
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Dream big or how to launch a career into space
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Exploring the peripheries of outer space
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Life in the COVID-19 pandemic
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Amphibious living - building for fish and extending humans with gills
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Our future is here
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Thinking from the ocean
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Vast Oceanscapes / Of fish, humans and other creatures
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Beyond the shore and below the surface

Interview with the HI-SEAS commander Angelo Vermeulen and geologist crew member Oleg Abramov after the termination of the first 4-month Mars simulation mission.

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 Hawaii

 

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