Human Spaceflight Research Database

Having a central platform for gathering and sharing decades worth of research from space is essential in preserving the collective knowledge and lessons learned from human spaceflight. By organizing the data and categorizing the type of evidence that relate specific stressors to health and performance impacts, it can also help to reveal gaps in the research. 

While this is by no means a comprehensive database, this early pilot work establishes a simple structure for collecting research results and organizing the information in various categories. As more research articles are aggregated into the database, we can identify more relationships connections.

 


Mapping Requirements to Design

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The Model

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