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Metabolic energy requirements for space flight

Helen W. Lane

Metabolic energy requirements for space flight

by Helen W. Lane

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Astronauts -- Nutrition.,
  • Space flight -- Physiological effect.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementHelen W. Lane, Ph.D.
    SeriesNASA-TM -- 107933., NASA technical memorandum -- 107933.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14687810M

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Metabolic energy requirements for space flight by Helen W. Lane Download PDF EPUB FB2

Space light requirements, and to that end, the text of the Space Nutrition book included basics of nutrient metabolism and requirements on Earth, and much of the available data related to space light. Because, to a degree, the format was thrust upon us, and the timeline was short, the book reads a little like an encyclopedia.

Get this from a library. Metabolic energy requirements for space flight. [Helen W Lane; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Pergamon Adv. Space Res. Vol. 14, No. 11, pp. (11)(11), COSPAR Printed im ~'t Briti.

/94 $ + METABOLIC ENERGY REQUIRED FOR FLIGHT H. Lane and R. Gretebeck Biomedical Operations and Research Branch, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TXU.S.A.

ABSTRACT This paper reviews data available from U.S. and U.S.S.R. studies on energy metabolism Cited by: 9. Metabolic energy requirements for space flight. By Helen W. Lane. Abstract. Skylab's extended space lab missions, and Space Shuttle flights.

Available data includes those recorded during intra- and extravehicular activities as well as during microgravity simulation (bed rest). Data on metabolism during flight and during bed rest are Author: Helen W.

Lane. Topics include space food systems, research and limitations on spacecraft, physiological adaptation to weightlessness, energy requirements, dietary intake during space flight, bone demineralization, gastrointestinal function, blood volume, and nutrition requirements for space flight.

Benefits of space-related nutrition research are by: JP2: Metabolic and Regulatory Systems in Space Flight Human cellular immunity and space flight. Lesnyak., G. Mitirev, I.

Vorotnikova, E. Antropova, G. Levicheva, I. Konstantinova. State Scientific Center Institute of Bbiomedical Problems Space flight factors may influence many human systems and functions, and in particular, the immune system. This paper reviews data available on energy metabolism in the microgravity of space flight.

The level of energy utilization in space seems to be similar to that on earth, as does energy availability. However, despite adequate intake of energy and protein and in-flight exercise, lean body mass was catabolized, as indicated by negative nitrogen.

Download Citation | Metabolism and Nutrition | Nutritional requirements for crew members on extended flights have been derived largely by extrapolation from ground-based research, from the.

Loss of several kilograms of body mass is a common observation during both long and short space missions. During the Apollo, Skylab, and Salyut missions launched in the s and s, a decline in body mass of up to kg was observed in the crew members when preflight data were compared with in-flight or immediate postflight data (Table 1).1, 2, 3, 4, 5Similar losses (1% to 5%).

Energy expenditure. For a four-person all-male crew without, and with, the performance of CM exercise, body size increased TEE from 1,MJ. Abstract.

Nutritional requirements for crew members on extended flights have been derived largely by extrapolation from ground-based research, from the extensive metabolic studies conducted in the Skylab program, from measurements conducted on Spacelab missions, the Space Shuttle, the Russian space station Mir, and the International Space Station (ISS).

sole use of metabolic energy during flight. The ‘postural costs’ of flight encompass the energy expenditure above basal metabolism of all non-muscular physiological systems and muscles other than the pectoralis muscles.

Thus, the relationship between the mechanical and metabolic power requirements of flight may vary. This book serves as a historical record of nutrition as related to space flight, specifically to nutrient requirements in a space flight environment. metabolism and energy needs, in-flight.

SPACE SCIENCE, EXPLORATION AND POLICIES SERIES NUTRITIONAL BIOCHEMISTRY OF SPACE FLIGHT The exclusive license for this PDF is limited to personal printing only. No part of this digital document may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted commercially in any form or by any means.

This paper reviews data available on energy metabolism in the microgravity of space flight. The level of energy utilization in space seems to be similar to that on Earth, as does energy availability. However, despite adequate intake of energy and protein and in-flight exercise, lean body mass was catabolized, as indicated by negative nitrogen.

Results from bed rest research, a model simulating the microgravity conditions of space on the human body, and from fewer studies during human space flight, shows the importance, and the effectiveness of nutritional intervention to counteract, or limit, the detrimental effects of microgravity on metabolism.

2 • Space Food and NutritionAn Educator’s Guide With Activities in Science and Mathematics, EGHQ I n the early days of the space program, known as Project Mercury, space flights lasted from a few minutes to a full day. Because of the short duration, complete meals were not needed.

The major meal was consumed prior to the flight. Thus, planning menus for Space Shuttle flights has always used recognized nutritional requirements for adult males and females [1,2].

In this chapter, we will further classify nutritional requirements for long-duration space flight into those for orbital missions, such as on the International Space Station, and those for exploration- class.

Author(s): Lane,H W Investigator(s): Lane,H W; JSC Title(s): Metabolic energy requirements for space flight/ H.W. Lane. In: Sulzman FM, Genin AM, eds. Space. 1 Advantage of animal models with metabolic flexibility for space research beyond Low Earth Orbit Yuri 1V.

Griko *, Jon C. Rask2, Raycho Raychev3 1,2 NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA 3 Space Challenges Program, EnduroSat Inc. Sofia, Bulgaria *Corresponding author: Space Biosciences Division, NASA Ames Research Center, MS. based models of space flight have provided a vast literature to complement the smaller set of reports from flight studies.

Increased bone resorption and largely unchanged bone formation result in the loss of calcium and bone mineral during space flight, which alters the endocrine regulation of calcium metabolism. The total energy expenditure of space shuttle astronauts before and during space flight was determined using the doubly labeled water technique, and in-flight energy expenditure was shown to be similar to preflight expenditure or, in some cases, even higher, most likely as a result of increased exercise (1, 2).

Recently, a European Space Agency. ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut Paolo Nespoli took part in Day 2 of the day study for Astronaut’s Energy Requirements for Long-Term Space Flight (Energy), an investigation zeroing in on the side effects of space travel.

Today, he collected water samples from the station, continued with urine collection and stowed the deployed.