ADVANCED SPACE TRAINING

The NASTAR Center

This program is designed to provide enhanced knowledge and in-depth training including emergency preparedness that goes above and beyond the basic space training course.

 
Program Content
• Altitude Physiology
• Spatial Disorientation
• Situational Awareness
• Emergency/Rapid Decompression
• Emergency Procedures & Operations
• Personal Safety & Health
• Aerospace Medicine
• Loss of Control In-flight (LOC-I) Preparation & Flights
• Situational Awareness and Spatial Disorientation Preparation & Flights
• Altitude Chamber Preparation & Flight
 
Duration: 2 Days
 
The advanced space training schedule for 2015 – 2016 is as follows:
October 29-30
December 17-18
June 2-3
September 1-2
 
Equipment: Altitude Chamber, GYROLAB
 
Prerequisites
• Completion of Basic Space Training Course (2 Days)
• FAA Class 3 Medical Certificate or equivalent
• Trainees are expected to be in a good health and capable of taking part in all activities

 




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