Sending Canadian food to the International Space Station (ISS).
Determine whether the noise level of 72 A-weighted decibels (dBA) on the International Space Station (ISS) affects physiological or psychological performance of astronauts on long-term missions.
Investigate the efficiency of various types of g-suit inflation techniques.
Determine whether spaceflight affects the stretch (compliance, or flexibility) of veins in the lower legs.
Development of a personal detector system for space use based on the Canadian bubble dosimeter technology to improve monitoring of individual astronauts' neutron exposure during space missions.
Designing and testing more efficient protocols to prevent decompression sickness in astronauts performing spacewalks, also known as extravehicular activities (EVA), from the International Space Station (ISS).
The main goal is to develop technology and methods to measure and monitor astronauts' exposure to space radiation to better protect them from its harmful effects.
To develop and test an on-board system for the International Space Station (ISS) that will allow astronauts, who have been trained on the ground to operate the Mobile Servicing System (MSS), to measure and maintain their robotic operator skills in space.
Development of a tool based on MOSFET dosimeter technology to measure this radiation.
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