1965-02-01

Biomedical Requirements for Manned Space Flight 650812

The design and planning lead time required for future manned space programs requires that adequate biomedical data be acquired in the immediate future. American and Russian space experience is reviewed in terms of such factors as: weightlessness, dynamic factors, ionizing radiation, cabin atmosphere contaminants, thermal environment, biological rhythms, and psychophysiological factors. Recommendations are then presented for biomedical requirements for second generation manned space flights.

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