How difficult is it for human beings to explore space? Unveiling Russia’s key space program — long term confined space test

In order to realize the dream of exploring the universe, human beings need to do a lot of preparation. Long term experiments in confined spaces simulating space flight are one of them. Russia has been engaged in relevant practice for many years. We were deeply impressed by the Mars-500 project 10 years ago and the moon-2015 project five years ago. Recently, the Institute of medical biology of the Russian Academy of Sciences announced that it would start an eight month confined space experiment in June next year. The confined space test is a long-term project launched by the Institute in 2017. The purpose is to simulate the environment in space on the ground and understand the health status and working ability of crew in long-term closed environment. To prepare for manned lunar exploration and Mars exploration in the future. Sergei bonomaliov, director of the international scientific research project of confined space in Russia: we have obtained a lot of data on chemistry and psychology, such as how the units composed of different genders adapt to the special environment. Most of these achievements have been published, and some are about to be published. This is only part of the result, and another part of the significance of the experiment will be revealed after the actual lunar exploration flight, bonomaliov said. In the past 10 years, the ground simulation experiments such as “Mars-500” and “moon-2015” that impressed us were all carried out in the Institute of medical biology of Russian Academy of Sciences. Wang Yue, a Chinese volunteer, once participated in the Mars-500 experiment. Anna kusmaruli, an expert in the Institute of medical biology, Russian Academy of Sciences: we often think of Wang Yue. Although he encountered many difficulties in the experiment, he performed very well. We hope that the experience he gained in the experiment can help him in his future work. < / P > < p > five years ago, kusmaruli was selected as a member of the “moon-2015” project. She and five other Russian female researchers spent eight days in a confined space simulating a lunar spacecraft. This is exactly the time when Russia can launch a spacecraft around the moon from its eastern space launch site. Anna kusmaruli, an expert in the Institute of medical biology, Russian Academy of Sciences: when we work as project staff on the periphery, we often don’t understand why the performance of the cabin personnel is abnormal. Only when you work in the cabin can you understand what the requirements of the experiment are for volunteers. Isolation in an enclosed spacecraft is different from our isolation under an epidemic situation, which requires tremendous psychological and physiological stress, kusmaruli said. She said she had a dream to explore the universe. This is also a dream shared by all mankind. She believes that with the joint efforts of scientists from all over the world, mankind will surely acquire more secrets of the universe in the future. Continue ReadingYueshang group has become the third social e-commerce service platform listed in China after being gathered in pinduoduo