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ЦитироватьSep 28, 2022Exercising in Isolation: HERA Crew Member Lifts Power BlockInside the Human Exploration Research Analog, or HERA, crew member Jared Broddrick lifts a dumbbell equipped with adjustable colored weights, called a power block. The crew performs a mix of cardio and resistive exercises to stay in shape throughout the 45-day simulated journey to the Martian moon Phobos.During a HERA mission, crew members have scheduled exercise time as do astronauts aboard the International Space Station. HERA includes two power blocks that can adjust to a maximum weight of 35 pounds. The power blocks require less room than a set of dumbbells, which helps save space in the compact habitat.____NASA's Human Research Program, or HRP, pursues the best methods and technologies to support safe, productive human space travel. Through science conducted in laboratories, ground-based analogs, and the International Space Station, HRP scrutinizes how spaceflight affects human bodies and behaviors. Such research drives HRP's quest to innovate ways that keep astronauts healthy and mission-ready as space travel expands to the Moon, Mars, and beyond.Nathan CranfordJennifer TurnerNASA Human Research Program Strategic Communications
ЦитироватьNASA Selects Final Crew for Campaign 6 of Simulated Trip to Mars MoonThe crew for the next mission of NASA's Human Exploration Research Analog, or HERA, stand outside the HERA habitat Pictured from left to right: Katie Koube, Kimberly Knish, Vanesa Gomez Gonzalez, and Sandra Herrmann.Credits: Credit: NASAEditor's Note, Jan. 26, 2023: The crew roster for Campaign 6 Mission 4 of the Human Exploration Research Analog, or HERA, has been updated.A new crew of four volunteers will soon simulate a trip to the Martian moon Phobos – all without leaving Earth.Vanesa Gomez Gonzalez, Sandra Herrmann, Kimberly Knish, and Katie Koube will enter the Human Exploration Research Analog, or HERA, on Jan. 27, 2023. Once inside, they will live and work like astronauts for 45 days during their Phobos mission simulation. They will "return" to Earth by stepping outside HERA on March 13.Housed at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, HERA enables researchers to study how crew members adjust to isolation, confinement, and remote conditions on Earth before NASA sends astronauts on deep-space missions. To help researchers learn about crew behaviors, the crew carries out various science and maintenance tasks inside HERA, such as analyzing rock samples in a glovebox and testing augmented reality capabilities. Crew members will also face the challenge of increasing communication delays with mission control as they approach Phobos. During this mission simulation, communication delays will last up to ten minutes (five minutes each way).Insights from how crews perform these tasks and adapt to communication delays will help NASA develop strategies that enable crew members to become more autonomous, work better as a team, and communicate effectively to accomplish mission tasks. Using this data, researchers aim to optimize methods for Artemis missions to the Moon, as well as future journeys to Mars and beyond.This crew marks the fourth group of volunteers to participate in HERA's current research campaign. The most recent mission ended July 11.
Цитата: zandr от 27.01.2023 22:54:22https://www.nasa.gov/feature/nasa-selects-final-crew-for-campaign-6-of-simulated-trip-to-mars-moon"Миссия на Фобос" продлится с 27 января по 13 марта. (Предыдущая завершилась 11 июля.)