1963-01-01

Human Performance in the Environment of a Lunar Vehicle 630089

No major technological breakthrough is required to design an environment within a lunar surface vehicle which will support life on the surface of the moon. Engineering aspects associated with developing habitable environment require the coordinated efforts of engineers, psychologists, and biologists, and must accommodate the capabilities and limitations of the human operator in order to provide for environmental protection, comfort, and operating efficiency. Man, considered as a system, will function as an element of the several systems in the lunar vehicle, and the lunar crew must be carefully selected and trained.

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