Very carefully. Space bathroom technology has come a long way over the years (there was a time when astronauts only had adhesive plastic bags as bathrooms), but it's still not exactly comfortable. Aboard the International Space Station, the toilets are designed with no gravity in mind—they use funnels, narrow openings, and vacuums to make sure the waste is contained.
Astronauts even go through special toilet training to make sure they can use the space potty properly, since it's kind of fragile and very expensive—NASA bought one for $19 million in 2008.
In the short term it can be useful if you are very short of water.
In the long term it just puts back the poisons which have been carfeully extracted from your body.
Some scientists believe that drinking your urine can make you much healthier than you are...
So,drinking your urine can may improve your health and and perhaps help to fight many diseases too...Just remember there is no documented evidence to support any therapeutic benefits from drinking urine at this point. It is almost all water with a few minerals etc that are readily available elsewhere & has no magic ingredient(s). It is sterile though, so if you must drink it to stay alive-you could.
Remember that urine is one of the processes by which the body gets rid of waste products. In the particular case, urea from the metabolism of protein, excess salts, and other waste products.
In the Far East, drinking of urine is a not a rare practice, but in western eyes it has little to recommend it.
Aron Ralston, (127 Hours Beteen a Rock and a Hard Place) whilst canyoning in Utah in 2003, had his arm jammed by a falling rock, and several days later had to self-amputate his lower arm. Out only for a day trip, his water had long gone, and tried to drink his urine. Even in his extremis, he does not recommend the practice.
As to what happens, you'll only concentrate the salts and urea you should be trying to get rid of. If your water intake is adequate, you'll do OK, but otherwise, it will not improve your circumstance.
You can drink pee provided that you supplement it with water and food. There have been some people that drank urine as a health supplement: Mahatma Gandhi for one. There are some arguments for it being beneficial.
However you cannot drink just urine continuously without fatal effects. This is an option with shipwrecked sailors. In 'Mutiny on the Bounty' the death of four sailors is recorded from their choosing this option.
Many times seafaring peoples have been lost at sea, afloat without benefit of fresh water (potable fresh water) for the purpose of drinking, only to find that the consumption of saltwater acts as a diuretic, causing one's body to pass more liquid than it takes in. The overload of salt also acts on the brain physiologically to cause irrational thought patterns to surface.
The bad news is there are a limited number of jobs, and the qualifications are pretty intense. In addition to a bachelor’s degree, you also must have a master’s degree or two years of PhD work in specific STEM areas. You also qualify if you’re a medical doctor or if you’ve begun or completed a test pilot program. From there, you also need to fit into one of the areas of specialization (two years of biological and medical science, physical science, or engineering and operations work experience, or fit their pilot qualifications).
And of course, you’ll have to be okay with the “extensive travel” required.
Miceal is the Gaelic version of Michael and the Micheal version is just a twist on it, ie he is the Irish rebellion leader Michael Collins (English ) miceal Ocolleain (Gaelic version)
Michael Collins was the most important Irish military leader during the War of Idependence. Born in Co.Cork in 1890, he went to London at the age of 15 to work in the British Post Office. He soon became a member of the IRB (Irish Republican Brotherhood) and the Irish Volunteers and returned to Ireland for the 1916 Rising. Collins did not make his mark on events until after his release from prison at the end of 1916. He then set about re-organising the Volunteer movement whch now became known as the Irish Republican Army (IRA). During the War of Independence, Collins directed IRA activities. He master-minded his own spy network which successfully countered the British spying system. The British government offered ï¿½10,000 for the capture of Collins. To them,he was the most wanted man in Ireland. In 1921, Collins was part of the Irish delegation that went to London to arrange a treaty with the British government which contained many points one of which being that Britain would keep six counties in the north of Ireland. Collins signed the treaty. When he returned many were angry that Ireland was to be divided. The Irish people split in two, half defending Collins decision and the other half saw the treaty as a 'sell-out' to the British. This sparked the Irish Civil War. In 1922, Collins was shot dead in an ambush in Co.Cork. His death, at the age of 32 was a tragic loss to the new state.
Every astronaut knew all the other astronauts. The astronauts worked together on many projects, often travelling together. So yes, Lovell knew Haise, but he also knew every other astronaut.
The Mercury astronauts received their flight assignments from Robert Gilruth, the head of NASA's manned flight program in the early 60's. It was Gilruth who decided that Alan Shepard be the first American in space and that John Glenn be the first American to orbit the earth. Astronaut Deke Slayton was chosen to fly the 4th Mercury mission (the mission after Glenn), but was grounded in September 1962 before he was able to fly, and his place was taken by Scott Carpenter aboard Aurora 7. Slayton was the only member of the Mercury Seven who did not fly in the Mercury program. Slayton eventually cleared up his irregular heart beat enough to be assigned to the last Apollo mission. His ASTP flight was the first joint mission between the United States and the Soviet Union.
After Slayton was grounded by NASA, he was also grounded by the Air Force. With a new group of astronauts coming into NASA, the administrators felt that they needed someone in charge of the Astronaut Office. His fellow Mercury astronauts insisted that Slayton be given the job and NASA agreed. As the "chief astronaut" Slayton not only selected which pilots became astronauts, he also made crew assignments for space flights. His selections were sent to his superiors in Washington DC for approval. The only time his selection was overruled was when he assigned Joe Engle as the Apollo 17 Lunar Module Pilot (LMP). Since it would be the last lunar landing flight, scientists insisted that geologist, Harrison Schmitt, be assigned as LMP. NASA brass agreed and Schmitt replaced Engle as LMP.
Slayton made all the crew assignments based on availability and need. The first person usually assigned to a flight crew was the commander. While the commander did not chose who flew with him, he did have veto power over Slayton's choices. A commander could ask for a particular astronaut to be assigned to his crew, but there were no guarantees he would get his first choice. One such incident involved Pete Conrad, the Commander of Apollo 12. Slayton assigned Richard Gordon and Clifton C. Williams to Conrad's crew. Conrad initially asked Slayton for Alan Bean instead of Williams. Bean was a student of Conrad's when Conrad was flight instructor at the Naval Flight Test Facility in Patuxent River, Maryland. The 2 men had been best friends for over 10 years, but Slayton stuck with Williams. Conrad finally got his way when Williams was killed in a plane crash on October 5, 1967.
For the most part, the logic behind the crew selection process was kept secret. The only leaks we have are those provided by the crewmembers themselves. It's completely possible that Lovell could have asked for Haise, but if he did, he didn't reveal it in his book. The more likely reason Haise was selected was because he was the best available LMP.
No, never. Its not allowed.
Roberta Bondar is probably most known as Canada's first female astronaut and the first neurologist in space. Following more than a decade as NASA's head of space medicine, she became a consultant and speaker in the business, scientific and medical communities.
They eat dehydrated/freeze-dried food, which is food with all of the water removed from it.
A number of astronauts have died after returning from space. However, I believe you're asking if they have died AS A RESULT OF being IN space--and the answer to that (with the possible exception of the Columbia tragedy) is no.
Yes, all of them. They just all happen to be buried on the third rock orbiting the sun.AKA the earth
Yes. Sunitha and deepa
That would be Paul Scully Power, who flew on the STS-41 mission in 1984.
Click on the links to your right for some great shots from the first moon landing by Apollo 11. You can also go to this NASA website and select any of the Apollo flights 11 and up and find images there.
The ApolloArchive.com website has a lot of pictures, movies and other media files from all Apollo missions, even the pre-flight missions, and unmanned missions.
Go can also go to Google, search for "moon" and then click images.
See the related link ' Image Collection - Moon' to the left for photographs from the last Apollo mission.
As there is no gravity in space, everything will float.
.......... Because They're in free fall ........
A working spacesuit.
food and fluids.
Spacesuits provide oxygen and temperature regulation.
Contrary to popular belief, you will not explodein the vacuum of the space. Vacuum is simply a lack of anything. This reduced pressure causes the skin to swell to accommodate the lowered pressure surroundings (on the earth, the density of air presses on the skin). The skin is exceptionally elastic and stretches to well above twice its normal size in such a situation.
This situation occurred to a NASA astronaut who had a failure in his glove, causing his hand to become exposed to the vacuum of space. He did not realize it had happened until he went back inside the Shuttle Orbiter, by which time his hand had swollen twice its normal size. His had recovered completely by the time he had returned to earth.
Also, several cosmonauts died during re-entry during a pressurization failure above 150 kilometers altitude, and their bodies were not disfigured. Indeed, the recovery crews thought they were asleep on first sight.
If exposed to the vacuum of space, the boiling point of an exposed fluid (such as blood, or saliva) drops drastically. This would cause problems for an unsuited astronaut. Again, this actually happened during testing. A subject was accidentally exposed to a vacuum in a test chamber. The last thing the subject remembered was blacking out, with the feeling of the saliva on his tongue boiling. He quickly made a full recovery.
No,they might take off their space suits in the rocket, if you watch apolio 13 then you'll understand
They take the water with them. they will have to reuse it a well.
he was very successfull in promoting his cause he used guirella hit and run tactic these men doing so where know as the "flying columns" he also used another group called "the Squad" these were to elimanate anyone going to treat the upcoming war.and the people of the day loved him because if he was in your area and needed a place to stay he would be boraded in their house as to show their apprecation to him!!
he didnt start the flying columns. But he was very succesfull in promoting his cause through his work as an intelligence officer. For the first time we won the intelligence war and that proved key
He died August 25, 2012 at the age of 82.
As of June 15, 2010, a total of 518 humans from 38 countries have gone into space according to the FAI guideline, (524 people have qualified when including the Department of Defense classification). Of those totals, 3 people completed only a sub-orbital flight, 515 people reached Earth orbit, 24 traveled beyond low Earth orbit and 12 walked on the Moon.
Here an is great website that contains images of astronauts, as well as images that astronauts took: http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/sseop/clickmap/. Here are more opinions and answers from other FAQ Farmers: * Go to Yahoo, Google or Kids Click.com and go to images and write astronauts.
Precisely because it is a movie. Its purpose is to tell an entertaining story that people will pay money to see. It also has to get a lot of complicated history into a couple of hours. Thus facts can be omitted, distorted, or made up in the interest of dramatic storytelling.Michael Montagne
their spaceship could explode while takeoff
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