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Live video conference withthe International Space Station
Commander Scott Kelly is spending one year in space on the International Space Station. He and Russian astronaut Mikhail Korniyenko have been there since 27 March 2015 and the goal of the year-long expedition aboard the orbiting laboratory is to understand better how the human body reacts and adapts to the harsh environment of space. If all goes to plan we hope to have a live video conference with Scott. Join us for this exciting event!
Pushing the human body to its limit
Dr David A. Green
Dave researches human physiology with the view to develop and validate interventions that can support, preserve or improve human performance in health and disease, and in hostile environments, on Earth and in Space. He is the coordinator of the Aerospace & Extreme Environment Adaptation Group within the Centre of Human and Aerospace Physiological Sciences (CHAPS) at King's College London and is leading development of the Gravity Loading Skinsuit which will be tested on the International Space Station by Danish Astronaut Andreas Morgensen in September.