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SEPSIS OF GENERAL AUDIENCE: DISCUSSION me to time limi~tic~s only a brief lion of the papers In this session was pi. Ado main rents on them paper; were made, as follows: l. It was point" elf that neither of the papers consider the relationship been the airborne or Space station crew and the larger Unit that par icipat~ In the ~eratic~n of ~ station. The role of mission consul, for example, was not mentior~ al Merits camful emanation. me airborne crew does not moist In isolation and reflects the Objectives of the larger organization arm of the nation (or natic~s) as a whole. Mission ccn~cro1 is In Starry Fornication contact Off the airborne crew arm secures important functions with regard ~ its safe, effective, and efficient cooperation. . It was suggest that the extant literature on social in behavior In a ~ of other analogous 'hostile" ernr~nents such as ~ or In Antarctica be regime Usefully for information Fat might be relevant to the si - Stir of lor~ration Face missions. 402