Scientific experiments that seek to facilitate human life in space

Scientific experiments that seek to facilitate human life in space


In 2017, the Space Exploration Initiative (SEI) Born with the purpose of carrying out parabolic flights through the research program zero-G, to test microgravity and its effects. In 2021, specifically in the month of May, SEI supported various types of research to carry out 22 different projects exploring the different effects of human life in space.

“The research is intentionally titled ‘Prototyping the future of space for our science fiction,’ because this aviation opportunity that SEI is in dispute. This research aims to embrace and develop future artifacts of life in space and robotic exploration. Ariel Ekblau, founder and director of SEI, said,” All research will seek to incorporate excellence, charm and creativity into the process.”

Experience said It prepares detectives for parabolic flights, and that means doing their jobs in short batches (about 20 seconds) in zero gravity. As the investigation progresses, it will continue to deliver results in practice, as well as the logistics involved in each trip, providing ambition and maturity.

Maria T. “Some students have flown in several times to help ripen their experiences. On the other hand, there have been other new experiences some of which have involved alumni and other external collaborators. It has practically taken a competition to select some investigations, while others are already too advanced to be conveyed. on space flights.

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All experiments were performed using SEI’s unique approach It seeks to cover various fields that facilitate human interaction in space. One of the proposals is a flying device to guide astronauts in space, the purpose of which is to place it on the International Space Station. The Antigravity Load Skinsuit is the name of the project where the design seeks to help simulate the effects of Earth’s gravity for use in exercises in future space missions. This veteran investigation is over 10 years old; Responsible Dava Neumann added: “Designing and flying a real prototype is the best way to test the design. Flying in microgravity and microgravity in a ZERO-G is fantastic, and will help a lot in future space missions.”

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AgriFuge de Somayajulu Dhulipala and Manwei Chan It is an experience that will provide future astronauts with a rotating plant habitat that provides simulated gravity and a controllable irrigation system.. She anticipates a future of long-term missions where the crew will grow their own plants, to replenish oxygen and food. Many of these experiments seek to increasingly revolutionize life in space in order to get the least amount of disturbance from the lack of gravity. Projects spanning topics such as architecture, painting, music, the interaction between space and land, and even the search for life, will be developed as spatial curiosity develops.

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