International Space Station (ISS) Life Science Glovebox (LSG) Crew Restraint

PI: Tori Chinn, NASA/Ames Research Center

The ISS Life Science Glovebox (LSG) Crew Restraints are a new and unique design that have never been used on-orbit aboard the ISS before. Several design aspects of the LSG Crew Restraints are dependent on their performance in a zero-g environment and are not possible to fully evaluate in a 1-g environment. This flight will leverage the support of the Astronaut Office at JSC to perform specific functions analogous to what will be required of them on-orbit while restrained by the LSG Crew Restraints. Crew member feedback from their participation in this flight will be critical to informing the final design of this hardware.

Technology Areas (?)
  • TA06 Human Health, Life Support and Habitation Systems
Problem Statement

No additional information available.

Technology Details

  • Selection Date
    NASA Directed
  • Program Status
  • Current TRL (?)
    Successful FOP Flights
  • 0 Parabolic

Development Team

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