SPACE SCIENTIST TRAINING

The NASTAR Center

This program is designed to provide researchers, scientists, and graduate students with the knowledge and skills to design, plan, and conduct experiments on commercial suborbital spaceflights.
 
Program Content
• Space Research Types
• Environmental Considerations
• Payload Safety Considerations
• Vehicle Types and Operating Environments
• Vehicle Payload Interface
• Operational Considerations in Space
• Time/Distraction Management
• Emergency Procedures & Contingency Planning
• Design and Conduct Experiment in Simulated Space Environment
• Simulated Space Flights to Conduct Experiment in PHOENIX Centrifuge
 
Duration: 1 Day
 
The advanced space training schedule for 2015 – 2016 is as follows:
April 20-23
May 30-31/June 1
August 3-5
 
Equipment: PHOENIX Centrifuge
 
Prerequisites
• Completion of Basic Space Training Course (2 Days)
• FAA Class 3 Medical Certificate or equivalent
• Trainees are expected to be in good health and capable of taking part in all activities
 




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