Accession Number:

AD0291910

Title:

PRINCIPLES OF LIFE SUPPORT IN SPACE. BASED ON SOVIET OPEN LITERATURE PUBLISHED IN CONNECTION WITH THE VOSTOK-3 AND VOSTOK-4 LAUNCHINGS

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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS WASHINGTON DC AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY DIV

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Report Date:

1962-12-05

Pagination or Media Count:

1.0

Abstract:

Descriptions of the principles of life support in space used by Soviet specialists at the present time for orbital flights, and those which are being discussed and developed for future long-range missions have been extracted from more than two hundred articles and TASS reports published predominantly in Soviet newspapers in connection with the launc ing of the Vostok-3 and Vostok-4 spaceships. The articles were written by various speciali ts in the field of space technology, including academicians, corre ponding members of the Academy of Sciences, pr fessors, doctors of iological sciences, doctors of medical sciences, candidates of medical and technical science and physics and mathematics, engineers, science reporters, and c smona ts. Primary emphasis was placed on discussions of data which describe t e design elements o equipment used in space applications, incl ing the spaceship cabin, automatic devices, eq ip ent used in the cosmona t training program. P SYCH LOGICAL AND PHY IOL GICAL CONDITIONING AND RESPONSES AND AFETY FACT RS ARE INCLUDED. Aut orA - 91 9109N1 T HE PRINCIPLES OF LIFE SUPPORT IN SPACE USED BY VIET SPECIALISTS AT THE PRESENT TIME FOR ORBITAL FLIGHTS AND THOSE BEING DISCUSSED AND DEVELOPED FOR FUTURE LONG-RANGE MISSIONS HAVE BEEN EXTRACTED FROM SOVIET NEWSPAPER ARTICLES AND TASS reports.

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APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE