Lessons for Astronauts

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  • Donning the Spacesuit - … Industry Scientific community Media Museums/Science Centres and Cities Activities Astronauts Space Missions Earth Observation Satellites Science Space Station David Florida … Careers Grants and contributions Images and videos Publications Virtual visit Astronautics vocabulary Proactive Disclosure Proactive Disclosure Table of Contents Donning the … Primary Life Support System starts using its own reserves. The astronauts pull themselves through the outer airlock hatch and the spacewalk …
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  • Life in Space: The International Space Station - … in space; without the force of gravity, astronauts lose bone and muscle mass. Astronauts use special exercise equipment designed by engineers to … low gravity of outer space affects astronauts' muscles. They discover how important it is for astronauts to get exercise. Students design their … /together.html. Learn mission basics: How do astronauts live on the ISS? What do astronauts do for fun? See a virtual tour …
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  • Life In Space: International Space Station - … life of astronauts and cosmonauts in space. Students should record their findings on the Classroom Activity Sheet: How Do Astronauts Live in Space? Group 1: Food How has the food that astronauts eat changed over the last 50 years? What kinds of foods do astronauts eat in space today … many hours of sleep do astronauts usually get each night? How do astronauts relax in space? Do astronauts sleep in a bed? If …
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  • Nutrition in Space - … variety resulting in increased nutritional health of the astronauts. There are physiological changes the astronauts experience during space travel. These include: 1 … were sent on the mission to meet each astronaut's nutrient needs. Each astronaut was allowed to take along additional "off-menu … the 4 astronauts have no serious complaints or concerns. Medical assessment of each astronaut upon return shows that these 3 astronauts have the …
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  • Spaced Out - … use polyethylene and water bags as shielding for the astronauts, particularly around the astronaut's sleeping quarters. Future shielding methods could include … 's backpack contains oxygen for astronauts to breathe and to pressurize the suit. Underneath the suit, astronauts wear long underwear that has … down over the face to protect the astronaut from radiation exposure (severe sunburns). The astronauts are tethered to the spacecraft and have …
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  • News For You: Astronauts Finish Building Space Station Addition - … the astronauts in space? (11 days) How many astronauts traveled aboard the shuttle Atlantis? (six astronauts) How big was the new addition that astronauts … .) How long did the astronauts' spacewalks last? 6 to 7 hours) How far above Earth were the astronauts as they "built" the … . Have students use the astronaut biographies on the STS-115 Mission Web page to match each astronaut's name to his or …
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  • One Small Step - … what going into space might do to the astronauts.) 4. Who were the Mercury astronauts and why are they significant? - Walter Schirra … Apollo took survival equipment designed for astronauts. (Explain to students that the shark repellent that Mercury astronauts took to space could have … long to open to save the astronauts. Virgil "Gus" Grissom was perhaps the most unlucky astronaut. The hatch of his first space …
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  • Living in Space Is out of This World - … will listen to and observe how astronauts live in space. Their curiosity about how the astronauts wash, eat and go to the … a large part of the shuttle). Students could write to astronauts through NASA to ask for information about their personal experiences … letters to NASA requesting information about the educational requirements for astronauts and how they could apply for such position when they …
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  • Canadian Astronauts Collateral Duties - … and videos Publications Virtual visit Astronautics vocabulary Proactive Disclosure Proactive Disclosure Table of Contents Canadian Astronauts Collateral Duties Astronauts might perform similar duties … for All Astronauts Dave Williams Marc Garneau Julie Payette Chris Hadfield Bob Thirsk Steve MacLean Bjarni Tryggvason Astronauts Duties for all astronauts Working Out Have you ever seen a flabby-looking astronaut? Never? That?s because all astronauts have …
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  • The Heart of the Matter - … exercise equipment (treadmills, bicycles, etc.) for astronauts to keep their hearts healthy in space. Astronauts generally work out at least two hours … .) What happens to the astronaut's circulatory system in space? (Answer: Without gravity, blood rushes to the astronaut's head, and their … the body, which causes the astronauts to lose some muscle mass (of their heart). However, when the astronauts return to Earth, their …
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