Long Haul Effects of Space Tours Student Name Institution Contents TOC \o "1-3" \h \z \u Abstract PAGEREF _Toc450391720 \h 3Ionization Radiation Poison and the Effects. PAGEREF _Toc450391721 \h 4The Effects of Micro Gravity on the Physical well-being of the Astronauts. PAGEREF _Toc450391722 \h 7Psychosocial issues PAGEREF _Toc450391723 \h 9Counter Measures that are meant to reduce the effects of the Space Environment. PAGEREF _Toc450391724 \h 11Medical Risks that are associated with performing Extravehicular Activities (EVA) PAGEREF _Toc450391725 \h 12Recommendation PAGEREF _Toc450391726 \h 14 AbstractSpace Tours are among the most scientifically relevant expeditions that are being taken. It is important that all risks of these flights are known before any manned tour is taken. A lot of resources go into the research for manned trips to distant planets like Mars. Qualification for the job is therefore an intricate process. Induction to the requirements of survival in a spaceship is an for the research in space exploration. The information that has been retrieved from Mars so far give promise of the possibility of the planet to support life. Exploration of such a planet is not only prestigious but also historical. It is important that the parties that are involved are clear about the impact of such a trip. A lot can be said about the outcome of the journey but more importantly the input that is required must be sufficient enough to ensure the safety of the astronauts and the success of the mission. Bibliography Goodman T.R. 2015. 'Ionizing Radiation Effects And Their Risk To Humans - Image Wisely - Image Wisely.' Imagewisely.Org. www.imagewisely.org Howell Elizabeth. 2013. 'Weightlessness and Its Effect on Astronauts.' Space.Com. www.space.com Nasa.gov 2015. 'NASA - Bones in Space.' www.nasa.gov Nasa.gov 2015. 'NASA - International Space Station Medical Monitoring.' www.nasa.gov Nsbri.org 2010. 'The Body in Space.' http://www.nsbri.org/DISCOVERIES-FOR-SPACE-and-EARTH/The-Body-in-Space/. [...]
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