FORUM: Living and Working in Space
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FORUM: Living and Working in Space

11/10/2012

When: Saturday, November 10, 2012
7:00 p.m.
Where: Peterson Auditorium—Starr 207
  
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Box Office 815-226-4000

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Saturday, November 10, 2012, 7:00 p.m.
Peterson Auditorium—Starr 207

Dean Siconolfi is a former Senior Research Scientist at NASA's Johnson Space Center. He will present a lecture that covers the physics of microgravity, how astronauts complete acts of daily living, and physiological adaptations to and after spaceflight.  In addition, he will address an area of his own research about exercise countermeasures currently in use on the International Space Station to help keep astronauts fit for duty on the space station, and possible future missions to the Moon or Mars. After the presentation, a Russian countermeasure space suit from his personal collection will be on view.
 
 

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