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HI-SEAS Research Overview

NASA has awarded $1.2 million to the Hawaiʻi Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (HI-SEAS) program to continue its work studying the human factors that contribute

February 28, 2014 Crew Research, HI-SEAS Mission 1
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Kate’s Latest Discover Magazine Field Notes 8/5

Why Astronauts Struggle to Get a Good Night’s Sleep This is the fifteenth in a series of reports from the HI-SEAS simulated Mars mission. Read

August 09, 2013 HI-SEAS Mission 1
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HI-SEAS Slideshow

Checkout Simon’s slideshow on the HI-SEAS mission. He created this for the University of Calgary. They are having an event featuring Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield.

July 04, 2013 HI-SEAS Mission 1, Videos
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HI-SEAS EVA Photos

Here are pictures of the crew in spacesuits on EVA’s during the 2013 HI-SEAS mission. You can get more information on the crews testing of

June 08, 2013 HI-SEAS Mission 1, Pictures
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The HI-SEAS Hexbug Invasion

This is a HI-SEAS education outreach project. The purpose of this post is to provide a robotics project for a 4th grade class in Calgary,

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Skylight EVA

Here is a short video of a skylight near the HI-SEAS habitat. The crew has gone on two EVA’s to the skylight. To learn more

May 31, 2013 HI-SEAS Mission 1, Videos
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Stochastic To Deterministic

When considered as a separate environment, the habitat is in itself a system that can be modelled via complex system theory. However it is not

May 06, 2013 HI-SEAS Mission 1
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HI-SEAS 2013 Mission Photos

Here are pictures from our HI-SEAS mission. We will be adding new pictures every week so please check back. Click on Show picture list to

April 27, 2013 HI-SEAS Mission 1, Pictures
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HI-SEAS Orientation Week

HI-SEAS would like to thank Brian Shiro for writing a great post about our pre-mission orientation week. What would you do in your last week

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ASTRONAUT-ROBOT INTERACTION ON PLANETARY MISSIONS

By Simon Engler Given the high success rate robotic platforms have had on Mars. It is considered likely that a manned mission to mars or moon