SAD#001: Stay Healthy in Space
The Space Architect’s Diary #001 Staying Healthy in Space Last week, Sep 29, 2021, I attended the “𝗦𝘁𝗮𝘆 𝗛𝗲𝗮𝗹𝘁𝗵𝘆 𝗶𝗻 𝗦𝗽𝗮𝗰𝗲” Conference, and below are some of my key takeaways and thoughts: Available Data: Total 562 have been to space, of which 244 have been to the ISS, 24 left LEO, and 12 walked on […]
SAD#002: Nasa Capabilities
NASA’s Capabilities extend across the spectrum of research and development in science and technology related to air and space.
SAD#003: The Future of Space Medicine
Considerations for the future of medicine in Space.
SAD#004: The Orion Spacecraft
The Orion spacecraft will support the Artemis program in returning Humans to the Moon.
SAD#005: Physical Characteristics & Capabilities
Understanding and designing for Human physical characteristics & capabilities, we create a functional & comfortable environment for astronauts, positively affecting their physical and mental health, safety, productivity & recovery.
SAD#006: HLS -Gateway Communication
What is the communication architecture between the Human Lunar System (HLS) and Gateway during the different stages of the Artemis III missions?
SAD#008: SMAD – Concept Investigation
SAD#008: Space Mission Analysis & Design Part 1: Concept Investigation Space Mission Analysis and Design (SMAD) processes are critical for designing a successful space mission at minimum cost and risk; and are equally crucial for startups planning on designing, deploying, and operating their core project or product. My focus here is to share the high-level […]
SAD#007: Water Recovery Systems in Space
Water, air, & food are the big threes that all living things need to survive. How is water maintained & recycled in space & on the ISS?