Selected ETDP Projects, by Number and Name

Bioastronautics Roadmap Risks (BRM), by Number

Other Reference Documents

21 Supportability

Risk #26: Mismatch Between Crew Cognitive Capabilities and Task Demands

Risk of Impaired Ability to Maintain Control of Vehicles and Other Complex Systems: It has been shown that long duration spaceflight alters sensimotor functions which manifests as changes in locomotion, gaze control, dynamic visual acuity, and perception. (1,2)

22 Human-Robotic Systems/Analogs

Risk #26: Mismatch Between Crew Cognitive Capabilities and Task Demands

Risk of Impaired Ability to Maintain Control of Vehicles and Other Complex Systems: It has been shown that long duration spaceflight alters sensimotor functions which manifests as changes in locomotion, gaze control, dynamic visual acuity, and perception (1,2)

1. HRP-47052, Revision A. The Human Research Program [HRP] Requirements Document, Human Research Program, which was baselined in July, 2007, established the flow down of requirements from the Exploration Systems Mission Directorate (ESMD) and the Office of Chief Health Medical Officer (OCHMO) to the HRP Program Elements to ensure delivery of countermeasures and technologies that satisfy ESMD’s and OCHMO’s exploration mission requirements.

2. RMAT reviews medical risks in terms of probability, impact and proposals for mitigating the risks, and reviews each risk in terms of multiple mission architectures (short duration Earth orbital, ISS [International Space Station] 6 month, ISS 12 month, short duration Lunar sortie, long duration Lunar Mission and Mars Mission). The results are embodied in HRP-47052.

3. NP-2006-11-448-HQ.

4. NASA Space Flight Human Systems Standards, Vol. I: Crew Health (SFHSS Vol. 1).

5. NASA Space Flight Human Systems Standards, Vol. II: Habitability and Environmental Health (SFHSS Vol. 2).



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