Space motion sickness is the most clinically significant phenomenon that occurs during the first few days of space flight, and immediately following flight. It has significant impact on human spacecraft operations, including delays in the performance of extra-vehicular activities (EVA), and accomplishing critical activities on a specified timeline. Other, more chronic problems include sleep disorders, decreased head-eye coordination and precision of movements, increased reaction time, memory problems, and fatigue.
KeywordsMotion Sickness Space Flight Parabolic Flight Artificial Gravity Sensory Conflict
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