100 Open Access Books
1,200 Open Access Chapters
50 Public Lectures
∞ Countless New Ideas
The first book to be launched in the Humans in Space program will be entitled Spaceflight Preparation, edited by: Vladimir Pletser.
Dr. Pletser’s experience includes 30 years of working with the European Space Agency as a Senior Physicist/Engineer and coordinating their parabolic flight campaigns, and he is the Guinness World Record holder for the most number of aircraft flown (12) in parabolas, personally logging more than 7,300 parabolas.
Edited by Vladimir Pletser
The Humans in Space initiative is led by Thais Russomano, who will oversee the program, together with the team of book editors and program advisors. Prof Russomano is a world-leading expert in space physiology and medicine with 25+ years of experience. She is the Founder and Scientific Director of InnovaSpace, Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer of the International Space Medicine Consortium, and a Senior Lecturer at King’s College London.
Mankind has only scratched the surface of space exploration so far and I believe this program will help drive the efforts further. With enough enthusiasm and desire, and a committed international multidisciplinary team ready to think outside the box to come up with new ideas - anything is possible.Read more
Former Director of NASA Life Sciences division
Inducted into the International Astronautical Federation Hall of Fame for her substantial contribution to the progress of space science and space benefits to mankind.
Space Operations Training Director, Blue Abyss
Guinness World Record holder for the most number of aircraft flown (12) in parabolas who personally logged over 7,300 parabolas.
ESA Flight Surgeon
Astronaut Health Specialist.
Working for ESA at the European Astronaut Centre in Cologne, where he provides real-time support for astronauts on spaceflight missions.
Edited by Alamelu Sundaresan
Edited by María Alejandra Corzo Zamora
Edited by Roberto Dalto Fanganiello
Edited by Chrysoula Papadeli, MD, MSc and Christos Frantzidis
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