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Manned Spaceflight 
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lecture
2
Winter semester 2013/14
Chair of Astronautics (Prof. Walter)
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Angaben zur Abhaltung
- Selection - training - EVA
- Manned Space Transportation systems
- Space environment and the Bio-medical Effects on Humans
- Space psychology and Ergonomics
- Life Support systems
- Habitat design in the Orbit and on Planets
- Mission design for Manned Space Missions
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The participants should be able to answer the following exemplary questions at the end of the lecture series:
How do you become an astronaut and what are the requirements?
How does a typical day in the life of an astronaut look like, in space and on the ground?
What happens to the human body in space?
What are the requirements for manned systems to keep humans alive?
What are the engineering aspects of developing, building and operating manned systems?
Why does the ISS look the way it does?
What possibilities are there to use local resources on the moon, for example?
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Note: None.
Zusatzinformationen
Human Spaceflight Mission Analysis and Design, W. Larson and L. Pranke
McGraw-Hill, 2000 ISBN 0-07-236811-X

Spaceflight Life Support and Biospherics, P. Eckart
Microcosm/Kluwer, ISBN 978-1881883043

The Lunar Base Handbook, P. Eckart
McGraw-Hill, 2006 ISBN 978-0073294445

NASA Man-Systems Integration Standard http://msis.jsc.nasa.gov/sections/section01.htm

The History of Developing the National Space Transportation System D. R Jenkins,
ISBN 0-9633974-0-0

Geschichte der Raumfahrt, W. Buedeler,
Sigloch Edition, 1979

For further literature please contact the teaching assistant.
Online information
e-learning course (moodle)