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NASA Now Minute: Astronaut Health on the International Space Station

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Published on May 22, 2013

The space environment is extreme. Hear how Stephanie Carrizales Flint,
a biomedical engineer at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, and her team
develop and monitor systems making the International Space Station a
safe place for the crew to live and work. NASA Now Minutes are excerpts
from a weekly current events program available for classroom use at the
NASA Explorer Schools Virtual Campus located at: ›
http://explorerschools.nasa.gov.

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