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Star Trek-Like Technology Offers Noninvasive Monitor for Patients and Athletes

...ts in physical rehabilitation." Currently, Soller and her collaborators are working on several aspects to prepare the sensor for integration into spacesuits by reducing its size, increasing its accuracy in measuring metabolic rate, and developing the capability to run on batteries. These activities will al...

SCAN: Delivering Bone Disorder Diagnosis, Fracture Healing

...concern for astronauts during long missions to the moon or in space. Qin said the fracture rate could be high on the moon due to workload force, heavy spacesuits and gravity that is one-sixth of Earth's. The researchers are developing the new technology using scanning confocal acoustic diagnostic imaging f...

SCAN: Delivering bone disorder diagnosis, fracture healing

...concern for astronauts during long missions to the moon or in space. Qin said the fracture rate could be high on the moon due to workload force, heavy spacesuits and gravity that is one-sixth of Earth's. The researchers are developing the new technology using scanning confocal acoustic diagnostic imaging for...

ILC Dover Introduces 'Patient Friendly' Respiratory Protection for Health Care Market

... FREDERICA, Del., Oct. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- ILC Dover (http://www.ilcdover.com ), the company that manufactures spacesuits for NASA, announced the introduction of a premium line of aesthetically pleasing head covers to support their Sentinel XL (TM) HP PAPR. This product i...

ILC Dover Launches Revolutionary ArmorFlex (R) Pharmaceutical Product Contact Film

...EDERICA, Del., Nov. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- ILC Dover, the company that manufactures flexible containment systems for the pharmaceutical industry as well as spacesuits for NASA, announced today that they have developed a revolutionary new film for use in their DoverPac (R) Containment Solution products. ArmorFlex (R)...

Spacesuits of the Future Will Be as Flexible as Spidermans

...y reach Mars or return to the Moon. Since Yuri Gagarins time spacesuits have seen scant improvement. They continue to remain the bulky, gas-pressur...owing freedom of movement, said Newman. Traditional bulky spacesuits do not afford the mobility and locomotion capability that astronauts need f...
Spacesuits in Biological News

Star Trek-like technology offers noninvasive monitor for patients and athletes

...ents in physical rehabilitation." Currently, Soller and her collaborators are working on several aspects to prepare the sensor for integration into spacesuits by reducing its size, increasing its accuracy in measuring metabolic rate, and developing the capability to run on batteries. These activities will al...

Astronaut health on moon may depend on good dusting

...niversity of California, San Diego. During the Apollo lunar missions in the late 1960s and 1970s, the clingy particles were easily transported via spacesuits into the lunar lander following moonwalks. The amount of dust inside the vehicle was so great some astronauts reported they could smell it. Even th...
Spacesuits in Biological Technology

NASA MidSTAR-1 successful technologies may be revolutionary

...gs could be used to accommodate additional payloads, scientific instruments and astronauts. The film also could be used on satellites, space antennas, spacesuits and visors and robotic systems that will be placed on the Moon and other planets in the future. There are many applications for this technology be...
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