BASIC SUBORBITAL SPACE TRAINING

The NASTAR Center

This program is designed to provide future space travelers with the core knowledge and skills to become a safe, confident and capable suborbital spaceflight participant.
 
Program Content
• Aerospace Environment
• Space Vehicles & Flight
• Motion Environment & Orientation
• Acceleration Forces
• Life Support Systems and Suits
• Space Experience
• Physiological and Psychological Effects
• G Protection, Countermeasures & Skills
• Space Safety and Emergency Procedures
• Maximizing your Spaceflight Experience
• Keeping and Preserving Space Memories
• G-Tolerance Flights and Simulated Space Flights
 
Duration: 2 Days
 
The basic space training schedule for 2015 – 2016 is as follows:
October 26-27
December 14-15
February 22-23
March 17-18
October 17-18
December 15-16
 
Equipment: PHOENIX Centrifuge
 
Prerequisites:
• 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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