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Space travel: anthropological, psychological and medical aspects

V.V. Buryak, S.M. Makhin


Space exploration has long transformed from a pure scientific and research project into a part of a civilization planetary process. Technological progress and economical development encourage the mankind to see the cosmic space and space objects (e.g. neighboring planets) in the course of its expansion as a domain of study and eventual exploitation to meet various energetic, primary materials, geopolitical and other needs. Space tourism becomes an integral part of cosmic exploration and is likely to turn into a «popular» branch of space industry. Such travels will make it necessary to deal with many problems and complications adding up dramatically as long as the distance of travelling is going to increase. Among the most important aspects of space flights will be technological, medical and anthropological ones. In view of the multidimensional mode of human being in the world and space flights in particular, it is necessary to explore the role of technologies, medicine and human capacities in extreme extra-terrestrial conditions.


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