HUMAN PERFORMANCE IN SPACE

Podcast
Space Specials
  • HUMAN-PERFORMANCE-WOTRING v1 sendung final
    30:00
audio
30:01 Min.
Going to the moon with ARTEMIS
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

Interview with Dr. Virginia Wotring, professor at the International Space University in Strasbourg and researcher for NASA.

Viginia’s current research involves examining the changes in physiology and pharmacology that occur in the confined, closed, microgravity, elevated radiation environment of a space mission. Her work ranges from the molecular level to that of the whole human, and includes a wide variety of techniques and collaborations.

A recent research project of her aboard the International Space Station collected and examined medication use data directly from crewmembers during space flight. Other projects include studying women’s health treatments during spaceflight missions, and examination of genes and proteins altered when organisms live in a spaceflight environment.

 

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