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by National Research Council,Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences,Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board,Committee on Human Spaceflight Crew Operations

Author: National Research Council,Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences,Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board,Committee on Human Spaceflight Crew Operations
Subcategory: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: National Academies Press (December 9, 2011)
Pages: 114 pages
Category: Engineering and Transport
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As the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) retires the Space Shuttle and shifts involvement in International Space Station (ISS) operations, changes in the role and requirements of NASA's Astronaut Corps will take place.

As the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) retires the Space Shuttle and shifts involvement in International Space Station (ISS) operations, changes in the role and requirements of NASA's Astronaut Corps will take place.

Preparing for the High Frontier: The Role and Training of NASA Astronauts in the Post-Space Shuttle Era. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. The space shuttle also opened up the anthropometric limitations for all potential astronaut applicants and allowed larger men (95th percentile) and smaller women (5th percentile) to be qualified for selection. Beginning with the Space Shuttle program, additional crew members have trained with the professional astronauts.

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Space exploration is a lens that brings a focus to the development of key technologies in a. .Michael D. Griffin Administrator National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Space exploration is a lens that brings a focus to the development of key technologies in a way that simply would not occur without the demand pull that arises when trying to accomplish the near-impossible. Griffin Administrator National Aeronautics and Space Administration. For the Human Exploration Mission, the Agency has the challenge to protect humans in hostile environments and from adverse effects of long-duration habitation in zero gravity, and to limit their exposure to extreme temperatures and radiation.

Preparing NASA’s astronauts for the High Frontier. Provide well-trained spaceflight operators to support the NASA flight manifest

Preparing NASA’s astronauts for the High Frontier. I. N the predawn darkness. Post-shuttle roles For the past three decades, NASA’s as-tronauts have prepared mainly for space shuttle operations. Provide well-trained spaceflight operators to support the NASA flight manifest. Supply ground support personnel for unique tasks required to support the NASA flight manifest. Provide support for new program development, ranging from relatively small payloads and equipment to whole new spaceflight designs.

and Physical Sciences, Space Studies Board, Committee on the Scientific Context for Space Exploration.

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NASA’s Human Exploration and Development of Space (HEDS) .

NASA s human spaceflight reinforcing activities science missions .

NASA s human spaceflight reinforcing activities science missions, technology program has already demonstrated the capability development, capability demonstrations, and human for Earth Reliant human exploration, culminating spaceflight to expand human presence into deep space today with the ISS, where astronauts and supplies and extend our robotic agents farther into the solar system, are ferried between the station and Earth within with the horizon

As the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) retires the Space Shuttle and shifts involvement in International Space Station (ISS) operations, changes in the role and requirements of NASA's Astronaut Corps will take place. At the request of NASA, the National Research Council (NRC) addressed three main questions about these changes: what should be the role and size of Johnson Space Center's (JSC) Flight Crew Operations Directorate (FCOD); what will be the requirements of astronaut training facilities; and is the Astronaut Corps' fleet of training aircraft a cost-effective means of preparing astronauts for NASA's spaceflight program? This report presents an assessment of several issues driven by these questions. This report does not address explicitly the future of human spaceflight.