Astronaut and Aquanaut Performance and Adjustment Behavioral Issues in Analagous Environments 881004
The utility of analog environments as sources of data for future, long duration space missions is discussed. The undersea habitat is evaluated on a point by point basis for similarities and differences with Space Station and a possible Lunar Base. The comparability of Antarctic wintering-over stations is also considered. Critical issues for research are described as well as the requirement that participants be involved in the conduct of meaningful work.
Citation: Helmreich, R., Wilhelm, J., and Foushee, H., "Astronaut and Aquanaut Performance and Adjustment Behavioral Issues in Analagous Environments," SAE Technical Paper 881004, 1988, https://doi.org/10.4271/881004. Download Citation
Robert L. Helmreich, John A. Wilhelm, H. Clayton Foushee
University of Texas, Austin, TX, NASA, Ames Research Center
Intersociety Conference on Environmental Systems