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INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION
EXPERIMENTS AND RESEARCHES
SCIENCE RESEARCH ON ISS RUSSIAN SEGMENT
HUMAN LIFE RESEARCH
CCE EXPERIMENT
Originator of space experiment: Human Biology Department,
Cape Town University, RSA

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CCE experiment is included in the scientific program of South African cosmonaut Mark Shuttleworth and is a constituent part of the Russian Program for Implementation of Scientific and Technological Research Planned for the Fourth Manned Expedition ISS-4.


STANDARD EQUIPMENT USED:

  • out of the aides protecting against effects of zero-gravity:
    - Stationary bicycle VB-3;
    - Expander.
  • out of the medical monitoring equipment:
    - Sphygmomanometer "Tensoplus";
    - Cardio-recorder 90205.

CONSUMABLES:

  • Consumables pack for Cardio-recorder 90205;

  • Saliva-A kit;
  • An accessories kit:
    - dictaphone
    - batteries for the dictaphone
    - cassettes
    - measuring tape
    - RPE (coefficient) scale
 

THE OBJECTIVES:

  • to study effects of zero-gravity on human cardiovascular system. Recorded in the course of the experiment is the heart rate of South African cosmonaut at rest or under graduated physical exercise.
  • to study human energy inputs in the course of physical exercise in space flight environment by analyzing water balance in the body.

THE TASKS:

  • comparing the process of heart rate regulation by cosmonaut's vegetative system at rest and during physical exercise in space flight;
  • reducing the negative effects of space flight on the muscles;
  • determining cosmonaut's power inputs over a 24-hour period of measurements based on his individual heart rate vs. energy input curve;
  • determining daily fluctuations of cortisol content in saliva as a function energy inputs.

EXPECTED RESULTS:

Obtaining data under a specially designed cosmonaut training program, including pre- and post-flight studies, which allow to develop a new method for evaluating energy inputs during various physical exercises and to update the strategy for cosmonauts' physical training.

 

 

 

 

 

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