Human Research Program (HRP)

HERA MISSION 11 CREW RETURNS

The HERA Mission 11 crew successfully “splashed-down” on Wednesday, August 10, at NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston. This 30-day, on-Earth, simulation paves the way for future human research in the Human Exploration Research Analog (HERA). A spaceflight analog is a situation on Earth that mimics physical and mental effects on the body experienced […]

NASA RELEASES ‘OMICS: ADVANCING PERSONALIZED MEDICINE FROM SPACE TO EARTH’

NASA’s Human Research Program (HRP) is releasing the video “Omics: Advancing Personalized Medicine from Space to Earth”, to highlight its Twins Study, coinciding with National Twins Days. This is the last video in a series of eight which explores space through you by using omics to look more closely at the unique health of an […]

SAFE “SPLASHDOWN” FOR HERA MISSION 10 CREW

After 30-days in the confines of a simulated spacecraft, the HERA Mission 10 crew “splashed-down” on the evening of Wednesday, June 1. The Commander of the mission declared the mission a success and officially turned the vessel back over to NASA. HERA—the Human Exploration Research Analog—is one of several analogs used by the Human Research […]

HERA MISSION 10 CREW TO “SPLASHDOWN” ON WEDNESDAY

After 30-days in the confines of a simulated spacecraft, the HERA Mission 10 crew will “splashdown” on the evening of Wednesday, June 1. The Human Exploration Research Analog (HERA) is one of several analogs used by the Human Research Program (HRP) to research ways to help NASA astronauts move from lower-Earth orbit to deep space […]

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