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Artificial gravity, stress and a controlled environment

A short-arm centrifuge spins test subjects at six times Earth's gravity; a hypobaric chamber simulates an altitude of 5500 metres; and in the Psychology Laboratory a shuttle has to be docked with the ...
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Flying and Diving

During the last 10-15 years, the practice of diving as a sport during holidays has expanded enormously. While in Germany, only about 100 000 divers are organized in clubs and train more or less regula...
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Limiting aviation' s full climate impact by the use of market-based and operational measures

In 2005 aircraft-induced CO2 contributed 1.6 % to the total anthropogenic radiative forcing (Lee et al., 2009), while the total aviation effect, i.e., the sum of the CO2 and the non-CO2 effects, amoun...
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Dr. rer. nat. Yueyuan Hu
SpaceLife Doctoral Candidate 2009 - 2014

Hu Y (2014) Effects of space-relevant radiation on pre-osteoblasts - Dissertation (Dr. rer. nat.), Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät der Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms Universität Bonn.
Related Topics: Space Radiation Aerospace Medicine Man/System Technology and Life Support

Centrifuge Microscope NIZEMI

The slow rotating centrifuge NIZEMI (Zeiss Axioskop, Zeiss, Germany) has been successfully used for threshold studies on various biological systems during the space mission IML 2 in 1994.
Related Topics: Behavioral Sciences Aerospace Medicine


Jet-Lag is the synonym for a number of health-related symptoms that may be caused by flying through several time-zones in long-distance flights. The symptoms are: sleep disturbances, unusual fatigue, ...
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