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NASA aims to have astronauts land on Mars by 2035, but it may be necessary to make any drastic change in how astronauts work in space for that to happen. A new study suggests that sleep may be the way to do it is to do so on the condition that the technology is working.
In the study, as put forward by the European Space Agency, which suggests that there could be significant benefits for this and future missions, including those of smaller vehicles.
“We’ve been working on the adaptation of the architecture of the space, the logistics, the protection from radiation, power consumption, and the overall mission of the design,” said Robin, He of the ESA ” s Concurrent Design Facility, in a statement.
A reference to human habitation module for a manned Mars mission in comparison to the sleep state, on the basis of economic development. (Credit: ESA)
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“We have to look at how much damage a team can give you the best sleep, and what to do in case of an emergency, how to deal with the safety and security of the people, and the impact of sleep on the psychology of the team,” He added. “At last we have a first impression of the home’s architecture and created a roadmap for the achievement of a clinically validated approach in order to spend the winter, people go to Mars within 20 years.”
The researchers found that nearly one-third of the spacecraft mass may also be removed by getting rid of the ship and its crew. A similar reduction, which is equivalent to a few tons, and can be removed by getting rid of the raw and auxiliary materials, with the crew eventually in nature, “in small, individual pods that could double cabins, while the crew is awake,” said the statement.
“For a while now, the sleep mode has been proposed as a game-changing tool for human space travel,” SciSpacE, Team Leader, Jennifer Ngo-Anh said in a statement. “As long as we were able to reduce the space suit is the basic metabolic rate of a 75 [percent] is similar to what we observe in nature, with a large nature-of animals, such as bears, and we could end up with a significant mass and cost savings, and the creation of long-duration exploration missions are more viable.”
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Even though the idea has been seen in science fiction movies, the researchers said in the wake of the human being, it is already happening in the real world.
“The idea is to have astronauts in long-duration in nature, it is not surprising, in a broadly similar methodology has been tested and is used as therapy in the critical care of trauma patients, and that is due to undergo a major surgery for over two decades,” Ngo-Anh added. “Most major medical centers have protocols for inducing hypothermia in the patient by reducing their metabolism, it is actually time to win, it’s to keep the patients in better shape than they otherwise would be.”
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