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NASA Space Habitat Research Goes Undersea

May 5th, 2010 05:24 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

PSandusky writes “NASA is preparing to make use of Aquarius, the underwater laboratory off Key Largo, for an extended period of time to research the effects of isolation in habitats situated in extreme environments. Planned areas of research include extravehicular activity logistics and crew health and performance. According to NASA’s factsheet (pdf), the mission will include some communication with schools and social media sites. “

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