Forget Hawaii or the Mediterranean. Soon a very soon a youall be able to add a much more exotic stamp to your passport: space. How will you get there, what will the trip be like and how much training will you need? All you need to know is right here in this guide. Tourists in Space: A Practical Guide supplies all the advice and information you need to make your spaceflight the most rewarding experience of your life. This definitive, real-world guide is packed with helpful facts and suggestions on everything from training, equipment, safety and in-flight procedures to techniques for avoiding space motion sickness and bone demineralization. Youall also find: ac Advice on choosing your training agency ac Techniques for minimizing the risk of space motion sickness ac Information you need to prepare for your medical examination, training and flight ac Tips on activities near your training location and much more.You will hear the auxiliary power units start and will probably hear Pathfindera#39;s hydraulic systems move the aero surfaces ... including the radios, radar altimeter, backup flight director, transponder, and launch azimuth. ... completea ac Launch minus 30 seconds: With engines running, you will 254 orbital Ground School Manual.
|Title||:||Tourists in Space|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2014-06-03|