Browse Publications Technical Papers 2005-01-2789
2005-07-11

Future Space Bioinstrumentation Systems 2005-01-2789

As the duration of space missions increases, the importance of astronaut health monitoring systems increases. Health monitoring during extra-vehicular activity is especially crucial because it is among the most physically demanding phases of space flight With the existing space suit bioinstrumentation system nearing completion of its third decade of service, it is time to consider developing the next generation of bioinstrumentation systems, building on the lessons of the past while incorporating updated technology.

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